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5 Steps to Your Perfect Niche

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If you’re ready to cut to the chase and get some actionable tips for choosing a niche, this is the episode for you.

This week, I’m walking you through the 5 steps you need to take to create a niche that works for you.

Deciding on a niche is a process that takes you from point A (no niche and not sure how to get one) to point D (a profitable niche that you LOVE).

And if you get stuck on any of those other points in between, you end up spinning or even moving backwards.

I want to see to get to where you’re saying “YES! THIS is what is going to work for me. THIS is what I want to do!”

It’s all based on these 5 steps:

  1. Do an assessment of where you are and where you want to be.

  2. Get really clear on how you’re going to manage your brain drama throughout process.

  3. Figure out in your past and present which areas you are actually an expert in and that you want to teach people about.

  4. Look at your superpowers. Enlist people close to you to help show you what your unique talents are.

  5. Sit down and get really curious about how you can weave all those pieces together into a niche that you really love.

That last step is where an outside perspective can make all the difference. And it’s why there’s a module called “My Secret Sauce” inside my signature program.

Listen to the full episode now to hear a deeper dive into each of these steps and get ready to start your own niche journey.

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If you need a little inspiration, check out some stories of my clients who discovered their superpowers and created amazing niches for themselves.

Connect with me:

My goal is really to help coaches and entrepreneurs get through the stage of choosing a niche. (This is the part I’m an expert in and that I love doing.)

Find me on Instagram, Facebook or my website.

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