Finding your business niche

Hello, my friend and future millionaire. 

As you look back over some of the emails that I’ve done before you’ll notice that I’ve steered you in a couple of different directions.

But some of the first things that we talked about were building your dream board to establish exactly what your dream life looks like.

The reason we did that is because for you to BE it, you got to be able to SEE it.

I wanted to make sure that you could see exactly what you want your dream lifestyle to look like. 

With all that being said, it’s time to put your work boots on and put the rubber to the road, so to speak.

What happens next? 

Well, here’s what I would do if I was brand new and I was looking to start a business. 

The first thing I want you to do is sit down with your spouse or business partner and talk about what kind of business you would like to have.

In other words, what niche do you want your business to be in? 

Would you like to have an online store? (e-commerce) or are you somebody that’s looking to create digital products? or is coach/consulting the path for you? 

Maybe you can start affiliate marketing, where you’re selling somebody else’s product. 

What it comes down to is this.

You may sell somebody a digital product that needs some kind of training that you know something about; how are you going to keep their engagement after you sell that product?

You need to figure out what you’re going to enjoy and what you’re going to be able to talk about to your audience in an email. 

You have to have a vested interest in that product, or you’re not going to be able to communicate with your audience about how to do it, or what excites you about it, or the reason they need to buy the product.

Believe it or not, people can tell in an email whether you have a genuine interest in what you’re selling them, or whether you’re just doing it for money. 

One of the things I challenge you to do is sit down and talk with your business partner, your spouse, or maybe if you’re somebody doing it on your own, get to the point where you’re researching online and make a decision on what kind of product(s) you would like to sell.