So I want to talk about ways you can brainstorm ideas, and ways you can validate them with some research.
Realize that it could be just about anything — there are soooo many niches on the internet, you’re bound to find something for you.
It could be training a pet; it could be improving your golf swing; it could be about fishing or survival skills, parenting skills, it could be anything people want to learn.
The 3 major things people care about that have huge “online information markets:” MONEY, RELATIONSHIPS, and HEALTH.
List your interests. Write them all down, as many as you can think of. Don’t censor yourself when making this list. When coming up with ideas you have to take your own poverty consciousness out of the equation. Interest is relative… people are willing to invest a lot into some surprising things.
When you’re struggling with money, and people closest to you are as well, it’s easy to feel like everyone else in the world is struggling financially but that’s never true; your products can always find their way to people who can happily afford them.
So eliminate any limiting beliefs like “there’s not a market for this because of the economy;” just look at the market. Don’t look at the economy. Look at what’s selling on the market, what people are interested in.
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