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Choosing A Niche Business Idea Worksheet

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If you’re ready to choose a niche market for your business, blog, podcast or platform (or re-confirm the topic you’re already working on), this is the right place.

In this workbook (and the corresponding video lessons), we’re going to walk you through a series of exercises aimed at helping you brainstorm potentially great business topics and the critical decision factors you need to consider.

First Things First, Your Niche Lists
The most important aspect of this workbook is that you walk away with a healthy list of potential niche markets for your business, blog, podcast, platform, etc.

By the end of these exercises, we’d love to see you with a list of 20-30 potential niche business ideas.

These topics are meant to be broad at this stage. In future courses, we’ll start narrowing down your niche business idea, target audience, differentiation and more, so stay at a high-level for now.

Niche Business Lists
We’re going to compile four niche business lists in this workbook based on interests, expertise, business opportunities and business boosters.

We’ll cover each category in the lessons coming up. For now, if you have any potential topics on your mind or in a notebook, list them here under any business category, it doesn’t matter which at this point.

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Choosing A Niche Business Idea Worksheet

  1. 1. Choosing A Topic Workbook If you’re ready to choose a topic for your business, blog, podcast or platform (or re-confirm the topic you’re already working on), this is the right place. In this workbook (and the corresponding video lessons), we’re going to walk you through a series of exercises aimed at helping you brainstorm potentially great business topics and the critical decision factors you need to consider. First Things First, Your Topic Lists The most important aspect of this workbook is that you walk away with a healthy list of potential topics for your business, blog, podcast, platform, etc. By the end of these exercises, we’d love to see you with a list of 20-30 potential topics. These topics are meant to be broad at this stage. In future courses, we’ll start narrowing down your topic, audience, differentiation and more, so stay at a high-level for now. Watch lesson 1 and 2 in the course to see exactly what I mean. Topic Lists We’re going to compile four topic lists in this workbook based on interests, expertise, business opportunities and business boosters. We’ll cover each category in the lessons coming up. For now, if you have any potential topics on your mind or in a notebook, list them here under any category, it doesn’t matter which at this point. (see the next page for the topic list notebook) Choosing a Topic for Your Business (or Blog, Podcast, Platform, etc.) Fizzle.co | Honest video training for online business builders.
  2. 2. Throughout this course, keep a running list of your topic ideas here: Interests Expertise Opportunities Boosters Choosing a Topic for Your Business (or Blog, Podcast, Platform, etc.) Fizzle.co | Honest video training for online business builders.
  3. 3. Lesson 2 - Value Vs. Interest For this lesson, add any potential topics you’re highly interested in to the interest column in the notepad on page 2. Also, think about work you've done in the past. When are you most motivated? What kinds of things in your life have been pervasive for years? What kinds of things have you quickly gotten bored with? Below, write down some of your top motivating factors, and some of your biggest boredom factors. Try to understand what drives you. What motivates you? What bores you? Now, think about different groups of people you identify with, feel drawn to, or want to help and serve. Who are they? What do they need or want in their lives that you might be able to provide? Jot your answers down here. Lesson 3 - Expertise And Skills For this lesson’s exercise, make a list of everything you're good at or think you could become good at (that could be a business/blog topic). Write down these things in the ideas notebook on page 2. Choosing a Topic for Your Business (or Blog, Podcast, Platform, etc.) Fizzle.co | Honest video training for online business builders.
  4. 4. Lesson 4 - Business Opportunities For this lesson, think of anything that comes to mind as a business opportunity. What do you think is wrong with the world? What frustrates you with how things are done in areas of your life you care about? What do you wish someone would fix about things involved in your day-to-day? Write down these potential business opportunities in the topic list on page 2. Lesson 5 - Business Reality Now, write down what your ideal business looks like: size, employees, earnings, investment requirements, lifestyle, what you do day-to-day, how much depends on you personally, etc. Create a half-page description of what your ideal business looks like, and how your lifestyle relates to your business. Choosing a Topic for Your Business (or Blog, Podcast, Platform, etc.) Fizzle.co | Honest video training for online business builders.
  5. 5. Lesson 6 - Biz Boosters Business Boosters are simply unfair competitive advantages that might make your life building your business much easier. Write down 1 to 3 topics that fit within each of these categories, plus feel free to make notes on any other potential business booster you might have. A new and fast-growing topic: Something you’re already an expert at: Something you love, almost in an unhealthy way (you eat, sleep and breath this): A topic that you know important/influential people within: Other topics with business boosters you can think of: Lesson 7 - Decision Time! Make sure you’ve completed the exercises above before moving on to Lesson 7 (decision time). When you’re ready, be sure to download the workbook within that lesson. Choosing a Topic for Your Business (or Blog, Podcast, Platform, etc.) Fizzle.co | Honest video training for online business builders.

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