A plaque remaining from the Big Apple Night Club at West 135th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem.

Above, a 1934 plaque from the Big Apple Night Club at West 135th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem. Discarded as trash in 2006.

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Entry from May 18, 2013
“Invest in your passions”

"Invest in your passions” is a popular adage for a person’s life. “Spirited travelers, invest in your passions and live your dreams” was cited in print in 2001. “The old saying “’nvest in what you know”’certainly holds true with start-up firms, so too the adage that it is best to invest in your passions” was cited in print in 2013.

It’s not known that any particular person coined or popularized “invest in your passions.”


BootsnAll
Living the Dream in Sardinia – Sardinia, Italy
By Sonya Smith | October 15th, 2001
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Spirited travelers, invest in your passions and live your dreams!

Denver (CO) Business Journal
Feb 6, 2005, 10:00pm MST
Viewpoint
Seeking a good cause? Invest in your passions

David Miller
(...)
1. Start with your passions. The best way to narrow the universe of organizations to support is to decide what is important to you. Are you most concerned about young children, teenagers or seniors? Are you passionate about the arts, the environment or homelessness? Do you want to help people locally, nationally or internationally?

Lifes Good
Friday, December 14, 2007
Invest in your passions & Experience to know the difference
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Moral: If you have a passion for something, go all out to experience that throughout your life.
Posted by Sunil Uttam at 5:47 AM

SteveGasser.com
Stop Wasting Time – Invest in Your Passions
April 29, 2010 By Steve Gasser
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Many people spend their entire lives trying to improve on things they are not passionate about.  Why?  Wouldn’t you rather be a 10 at something you care about, than a 5 at something you struggle with?  If you are a business, no one pays for mediocrity.

Get Rich, Slowly!
Sunday, January 30, 2011
Invest In Your Passions
I’ve lost count how many people have given me this advice.  Equally, I’ve lost count how many articles I’ve come across that preach this fact.

Google Books
This is Your Year:
To Design and Live the Life of Your Dreams

By Shelly Aristizabal
Dallas, TX: ISB Publishing’
2012
Pg. 9:
Invest in your passions. Follow that still small voice inside of you, and be comforted in knowing God has a plan for your life. I know that when you ignite that flame of potential, it will set you afire to live the life you are meant to live.

Twitter
Real Runners‏
@RunningQuotes
Be positive, ignore the critic, follow ur heart, invest in your passions, believe in ur dreams & get busy making them reality~ by @JoshCox
8:52 PM - 27 Feb 13

YouTube
Invest In Your Passions
coachcoreywayne
Published on Apr 12, 2013
Where you should invest your excess time and money so you can successfully make money while you sleep, and be fulfilled at the same time. Why investing in your passions will help you pay the necessary attention that is required to keep others from squandering your money, and managing the people who manage your wealth and assets profitably long term.

CoreyWayne.com
Invest In Your Passions
April 13, 2013 By Coach Corey Wayne
Where you should invest your excess time and money so you can successfully make money while you sleep, and be fulfilled at the same time. Why investing in your passions will help you pay the necessary attention that is required to keep others from squandering your money, and managing the people who manage your wealth and assets profitably long term.

FT Adviser
Take 5: Investing in start-ups through crowdfunding
New online platforms are making venture capital easier than ever. This week MM guides you through the steps to success

By Geordie Clarke | Published May 17, 2013 |
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3. Select investments based on the client’s interests. The old saying “invest in what you know” certainly holds true with start-up firms, so too the adage that it is best to invest in your passions. Look for companies in a market the client understands; this will make it much easier to project a company’s potential success.

Posted by Barry Popik
New York CityBanking/Finance/Insurance • Saturday, May 18, 2013 • Permalink