[019] You love your niche. Are you positive your customers do too?

by Gwendi Klisa

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How popular is your niche?

Are you running off with a product or business idea you haven’t FULLY validated? 

That’s a sure-fire way to put in oodles of work, resources, and time whilst racing straight into a business dead end. And I’m here to stop you from this.

So listen to this episode before you invest any more into your niche and before you produce any new products or courses.

Let me show you practical steps on what you can do TODAY to find out how popular your niche really is. 

If you’re realising that your niche isn’t as bulletproof as you’d like it to be then keep your eyes open for my new workshop coming your way! 

I’ve made it my goal to help 1000 entrepreneurs finally nail their niche in 2021 and I’m kicking off my first “Profitable Niche Workshop” over the holidays.

Email me at hello@gwendiklisa.com if you wanna pre-register already!


0:00 About this episode.

1:55 How popular is your niche really?

3:22 The 2 IMPORTANT things to consider in order to hit your business goals.

4:00 How to make sure you don’t get trapped in the wrong niche.

5:00 I’ve been there (as an App Developer!).

6:49 Creating products alongside your customers.

9:37 What is a minimum viable product?

11:27 KNOWING what people want.

12:08 The conversation you must have.

12:46 ‘The Mom Test – How to talk to customers and learn if your business is a good idea when everyone is lying to you’

14:03 A typical conversation: Wow look, how amazing is my niche?

16:59 The one thing NOT to ask your ideal clients.

18:58 Get total clarity on your business dreams and aspirations.


The Mom Test: How to Talk to Customers and Learn If Your Business is a Good Idea when Everyone is Lying to You

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