Are you an up and coming spiritual entrepreneur, but don’t know where to begin?
Whether you have an established offline business or are just starting out, in this guide, I’ll explain exactly how you can start an online spiritual business that will help you to reach a global audience.
Decide on Your Niche
Whether you’re a yoga teacher, reiki healer, meditation leader, or an expert on awakening into higher consciousness, your business begins with your niche.
Your niche is the ONE thing that you do exceedingly well, and is going to form the cornerstone of your business. Most likely, you are already an expert in this topic (or at the very least, you’re fast becoming one), and just the thought of working in this field makes your eyes light up.
Follow Your Passion
Your passion is hands down the single most important consideration to think about when starting your online spiritual business. Your business is a marathon, not a sprint, so you want to make sure you choose something that you can feel excited about, every day, for years.
Too many people worry about where or how they will make money when choosing their niche, and they let their thoughts about what “good” or “profitable” business ideas are get in the way of the reason they wanted to start the business in the first place.
This is the exact opposite of how you should approach your business.
You should always think from your passion first, and worry about how to make it profitable second. Trust, that’s how you’ll do well in the long run.
To me, the best niche is always the point of intersection between your passion and your skill-set.
It’s the combination of what you want to do, with what you’re really good at doing.
If you have any skill or knowledge base that you really excel at, you absolutely CAN make a profitable online business about it. (I’ll show you how to do that as we go forward…)
When you’re choosing your niche, one of the most important factors to consider is that you should always start small.
Too many people start their online businesses dreaming of becoming the biggest player in their industry…but forgetting that every business has to start somewhere.
The more you can “niche-down” your idea into a single, actionable concept and plan, the more successful you will be in the long term.
No niche is too small to start. When you focus in on one small area, you give yourself the opportunity to master building a business within that niche. In the process, you’ll develop all of the knowledge, skills, experience, and resources you need to turn that small niche into any size business choose.
Choose a Revenue Stream
Develop Your MVP