You’ve been a life coach for a while now and you don’t have a niche yet. You’ve had a few clients and you absolutely love coaching. You know you were meant for this work. But when it comes to marketing your business online and finding your ideal clients, you’re starting to wonder what you’re doing wrong. If this sounds familiar, I completely understand. I was you! Having an aligned niche made all the difference for me. Let me show you why.
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Before we dive into my 10 reasons why having a niche is important, I want to clarity something. I’ve said before that you need a niche. But I’ve changed my mind. Well, kind of. What I mean is I don’t think you don’t need a niche. Just like I don’t think you need a coach. But if you’re at that point in your business where you’re ready to niche down and you want a niche, then this blog is for you. Here are 10 ways finding your aligned can niche help you grow your business.
It will help you attract more of your dream clients to you. Part of niching down is knowing who your ideal client is on a deep level. When you understand who this person is then you can talk to them in a way that they feel seen, heard, and understood. They hear your message. They’re more likely to stop scrolling. And they’re more likely to want to learn more about you and connect with you.
When you’ve clearly defined who you help and the one problem you help them solve, you’re seen as an expert in your niche. I don’t know about you, but if I have a problem and I want help solving it, I want to go to someone who has had the same problem and figured out how to overcome it. Or I want to go to someone who has experience working with people in that specific area. When you step up as the authority in your niche, you will be seen as an expert. Then more people will want to work with you to help them solve their problem.
Resource (blog post): How to Become the Expert in Your Field
You become the go-to for your niche. When you niche down and brand yourself as the expert in your niche, you become the go-to in that area. Not only will your ideal clients find you but they’ll refer you to other people too. You’ll become the go-to person for helping people solve the problem your niche solves for the people your niche helps.
When you have an aligned niche, you can more easily build an offer that speaks directly to your ideal client. You become laser focused on walking your ideal client through the journey from where they are to where they want to be. When your ideal client sees that your offer is designed for them specifically, they’re more likely to buy from you.
Resource (blog post): Create the Perfect Offer for Your Ideal Client
Niching down helps you clear your mind of the niche drama and allows you to focus on building your business. When your mind is bouncing back and forth about who you help and how you help them, you spin in indecision and confusion. Neither of these is a helpful place to be. Instead of taking massive action, you sit wondering what to do while your business isn’t growing. Creating an aligned niche that you love eliminates the niche drama. This frees up your mind to focus on taking massive action toward your goals.
When you know who you help, what problem you help them solve, and how you help them solve it, creating content becomes so much easier. You can repeatedly come back to the 3 things you focus on to help your dream clients solve their one problem. Your marketing is simplified when you narrow your focus and target one specific person.
Having a clearly defined niche that’s really aligned with who you are helps you stand out in a saturated market. There’s a common saying that a confused mind never buys. If you’re really clear in your mind and in your marketing, your audience will be clear too. Then they’ll feel safe to connect with and work with you.
With a niche, you’re able to focus on one thing and learn as much as possible about this one area. We have a sea of information at our fingertips. So it’s easy to get caught up in learning about everything. But when you choose your aligned niche you can then become really knowledgeable in that one area. This simplifies everything for you but also helps you build your expertise and confidence in what you offer.
Knowing your niche makes it easier to find your ideal client. You can focus on understanding their fears, worries, hopes, and dreams. Doing this helps you get to know them like nobody else does. Having this connection to your ideal client helps you understand where they spend their time and what they’re searching for. When you know these things, you’re less confused about where to find your ideal client. Knowing where your ideal client is stops you from spinning in the confusion of where they might be. Instead you know where they are and can take action to connect with them.
When you have your aligned niche on lockdown, you can make more money more quickly and more easily. Share the work you do with your clients and the transformations your clients get when they work with you. When your ideal clients see that you’ve helped people solve the same problem they have, they’ll want to pay you to help them get their own transformation.
Resource (blog post): Can You Make Money as a Life Coach?
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If you’ve been trying to build your business and you’re struggling to find clients and make money, I’d love to help you. Let me help you figure out which niche is perfect for you. Then you can learn how to can turn that into a simple offer that your ideal clients love. If you’re ready, I have something you’re going to love.
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