Finding Your Niche

Welcome book purchasers, if you didn’t purchase Finding and Marketing to your Niche, then go do it.

This form is going to help you work through finding your niche. Fill out the questions and hit submit and it will be emailed to you. Yes, just like I said in the book in the section on writing books, I’m going to offer you the chance to sign up to my email list.

  • So I can email the form to you
  • Take a piece of paper and fold it in half top to bottom then side to side. In each of the squares left put one of the 4 top things in your life (Business, Family, Health, Travel, ...). What would they look like in 5 years?

    We start here because finding a niche that doesn't suit the life you want to live is a waste of your time

  • What projects made you feel like you had more energy once you finished them? What was it that made you have energy? Was it the client or the work or...?
  • Maybe it's WooCommerce or Drip or...? Just some specific tool that you really enjoy using and want to use more.
  • There was one project that felt totally effortless. Spend a few minutes writing about it to dig in to exactly what was so awesome about it.
  • You're looking for something that people really need so think hard about high projects were the most profitable and provided the highest value for your customer.
  • Fear is a crazy thing. It’s supposed to stop us from doing dangerous things, yet it is often a window into what is worth doing. Anything that’s worth doing has a factor of fear involved with it. Often that fear may be imposter syndrome rearing its head. We’re afraid because we figure someone is suddenly going to realize we have no business doing what we’re doing.