The money in business is in the niches.
If your business isn’t properly focused on a niche, it’s going to be hard to get customers and have them pay your prices.
But even if you’ve chosen a niche, not all niches are profitable.
Choosing the niche of your business bad is like getting to pedal uphill on a slope that never ends, for more hours you throw it into the business and however much you do in this the results do not just come.
It’s like something didn’t work out. You know something’s not right, but you don’t know what.
Well, the reason may simply be that the niche is not profitable.
Choosing the niche of our business is not always an easy task, in fact some people take years to finish defining their niche and it is very common to change or readjust niche, precisely because the initial niche is not profitable or does not just connect with what we offer with the Business.
I talk about criteria that will help you choose a niche market that is profitable for your business, and so you can attract paid customers who value what you can do for them with your coaching, consulting or service.