I have been working feverishly in this new business to be. Part of that is testing the material on “apprentices”, like Marion and Jan, even if they don’t know that I am testing and practicing on them. Sorry Marion and Jan.
Second part is learning, re-learning this whole niche thing. I have been feeling very confident… except. Today I listened to one of my teachers’ Joshua Shafran’s live presentation with Randy Gage and a 3rd person whose name I didn’t catch.
One of the attendees of the seminar had a niche for smoking cessation… the said it is not a good niche, if your product is working you have to start to look for new customers… And that, even though I may have heard it before, had a dramatic effect on me: a client/friend/provider/collegue, of mine, Pam, has just picked a niche: addiction. And even though it feels like a sexy topic, it is not a good niche, you can’t offer them products for years, because outside of their problem nothing is in common with them… of course if you were in the business of giving them what they are addicted to: you would have a goldmine. Wow… I am embarrassed and elated.