In my business and how I teach my programs, market research is one of the most important things.
You have to listen to your audience, but there is a fine line with that. There’s feedback that you’ll get in your business that’s going to be extremely valuable and can take your business to new heights.
But there are also other types of feedbacks that will actually distract you from your end goal and distract you from what you truly want to build.
In this episode, I’ll help you differentiate the bullshit feedback versus the GOLD mines, which is GOOD and PROGRESSIVE feedback from your audience.
HERE'S WHAT WE COVER IN TODAY'S EPISODE
[02:41] The inspiration behind the episode about a client of mine who considered changing her business niche after getting feedback from her podcast listeners
[4:42] The crucial question I posed to this client, that caused her to stop her business self-sabotage
[7:29] My personal experience of struggling to identify my business niche because I was caving into all the “noise”
[9:29] The advice I give my own students when they are faced with challenges in how to interpret their market research data
[14:41] How to reverse engineer the process to create programs and services you love and your ideal clients will love
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