Good morning. What’s your niche? That’s what I’m going to talk about today. Whether you’re seeking a job or whether you’re an entrepreneur and niche becomes very, very important and I’ve been learning it over and over again in this last week. It just hit me in a whole another way that it is so important to niche down as specific and as small as you can get when you’re starting a business with what you’re doing with your business and who you’re serving and also if you’re seeking a job niche down into what are your specific top qualities are top strengths. What specifically is your passion? What are you an expert in? When you go into an interview, you want to be able to tell that person what you are an expert in, be as specific as possible or as niche as possible and are that much more likely to get hired.
If you’re on, if you’re an entrepreneur you’ve got. One thing that would have saved me so much time over this last year and a half is if I just from the Gecko, got super niche, got super specific, I was trying to do too much and serve too big of a group of people, um, and it’s, it’s a relief to finally get so specific and so niched down. So do that from the get go and you’re going to save yourself a lot of time. Also, I’m realizing just how helpful people are. I mean, I used to be really cynical about about people and about connecting with people and as I’m connecting to more and more people each week and really going out of my way to expand my network. I’m learning just how helpful people are. They’re so willing to just either give you advice or connect you to a person they know who has what you need or has some advice for you or can point you in the right direction.
I’ve had several in this last week, several experiences of New People that I’ve met that, that, that, that, that immediately went to, hey, I’m so and so that I know that I can introduce you to who can help you with this problem that you have or who can you know, help you grow your business in this way. Um, so yeah, just go out of your own way and meet lots of people and connect with people and, and just just trust that there are way more helpful people out there than there are selfish people. And I’ve, I’ve the people I’ve met in 90, well so far, the people I’ve met, 100 percent of them have just been fantastic and helpful and, and, and it’s just really exciting to be learning that for myself as I’m connecting my way to my goals as I’m connecting my way to traction in my career.
I’m giving me momentum with every great connection that I make. So I encourage you to do the same. A great connection point I’ve found when meeting new people is to try to figure out where your passions crossover with. There’s where your mission crosses over with their’s if you’re starting a business where your audience crosses over with theirs, and that becomes a really nice connection point. It really builds that rapport really quickly. I’m Chad Gravallese with ArrowLight and hopefully that is helpful to you as you’re figuring everything out. Um, and, and let me know in the comments, just advice that you have for what you’re doing to gain traction in your career or any questions you have. And let’s have a conversation.