Finding Your Niche

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I’ve been on a LONG quest to find out what I have to offer to the world. What can I do that will benefit many people? As 2011 comes to a close, there are 3 things that seem to be it for me. They are: writing books, developing games, and empowering other individuals to succeed. I’m the best at these three things right now and I feel my best shot is with them.

For any of you who have followed my website since its beginning (back in February of 2010), you’ll notice that I have a plethora of topics written about. It really has been a complete paint scatter of topics. That’s me trying out a bunch of things. But for who I am as a person, writing, game development, and empowering other individuals is my niche. I think this website should be focused on empowering other individuals through my own life story. If I share a success or something learned and it helps you with a struggle you may be having, then it is all worth it to me to keep at it.

Your Niche

I’m not sure what your niche is. Maybe it’s talking about the after-life. I know Faye, from Wisdom Of Spirit has that as her specialty/niche. Or it may be personal finance. Or it might be doing yoga. Whatever your niche is, it’s probably something you’ve been interested in for a while and have good experience and practice at.

I’ve been writing since 6th grade and writing on blogging/websites for about four years now. Even so, I’m still a rookie with it. In a few decades, I may actually start to have a clue! I’ve been playing and tinkering with computer/video games since I was about six years old. And I’ve always found a need inside me to help others succeed, particularly in the last few years. Future projects of mine will be in these areas and I look forward to reporting here on this website their progress.

If you’re wondering if there is something for you to contribute to the world, look no further than what you’ve been doing with your life and are already good at. Whether it’s commanding a mastery of TV shows or knowing thousands of recipes – chances are, you are a master at something. It is this something you can take and share passionately with the world. It is this something that can probably solve a lot of problems and answer a lot of questions for others.

Begin the journey as I have. You may not make a dime with what you do. I haven’t made much of anything yet. But I don’t believe that’s the point. As you create works of wonder on your own, you will increase your value to the world. There are ways which you may not even know of that will create benefit. I can firmly say that I have a great day job with terrific pay and benefits in part because I am proactive in my side projects and have adopted a philosophy of doing all I possibly can.

My Hope For You

My hope for you reading this is that you won’t attribute success to money, but instead success to progress. Just keep working on your projects. Find what can be improved and fix it. Learn from those who are succeeding. Let’s jump into 2012 and make it another great year!

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Updated: December 26, 2011 — 9:51 PM

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