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How I found my niche

1- Self-reflection

2- Self-evaluation

3- Notice where my enthusiasm lied

4- Write down all ideas

5- Learning the difference between hobby and best at

6- Ask myself what knowledge I had and work on the knowledge that I needed to have

7- Look up what training was out there for me to take specially if it was free

8- Explore even when you don't know where it's going

9- Authentic means to stop trying to be an expert in topics you know very little about

10- Not knowing something right now does not mean you won't learn about it as you read and train.

11- Listen, Listen, and Listen

12- Don’t worry about colors or logos; you can always change them.

14- Focus on your motto and the name you wish to be identified with. When you find it, you will know. HINT: It is usually the one you come back to, tweak it and leave…that’s the one.

15- The bad news? Finding your niche can take from 12 to 24 months, but you will find it.

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