Get ready to confidently uncover your unique niche in the ‘Nail Your Niche’ Masterclass with a crystal-clear understanding of what you offer and who you serve. This workshop will empower you to define your niche with clarity and precision, paving the way for greater impact, more clients, and business success that truly aligns with your passion and expertise.
Recording now available! The investment is £30.
not quite ready to go ‘all in’ with your business since you haven’t yet proven to yourself that you have a viable business model that will reliably generate the income that you want.
with all the content you’ve been consuming and all the new things you’ve been learning, not knowing where to focus your time and energy to move forwards in the right direction.
but you lack the predictability of consistent revenue and you need a more strategic and systematic approach to help you simplify and scale your business to get the results that you’re after.
Are you eager to make your mark as an expert and authority in your field, but finding it challenging to define your unique positioning in the market?
The Nail Your Niche Masterclass is designed to guide you through the essential steps of honing your niche, so you can confidently attract your ideal clients and build a thriving and purpose-driven business.
In this 90-minute immersive session, we’ll work together to help you unlock the true potential of your business by identifying the sweet spot where your passion, skills, and market demand align. Say goodbye to scattered efforts and hello to a clear and compelling niche that sets you apart from the competition.
Join us for an interactive session that will bring clarity, confidence, and consistent growth to this next phase of your entrepreneurial journey.
Dig into your experience and expertise to identify your unique strengths, passions, and skills.
Discover how to align your expertise with market demand and target your ideal clients.
Uncover the common pitfalls and mistakes to avoid when defining your niche.
Come away with practical tools and action steps to validate and refine your niche.
Get personalised guidance and feedback to ensure clarity and confidence in your niche.
BROUGHT TO YOU BY
Anna is the founder of One Step Outside.
Having followed the traditional path of success graduating top of her class and studying PPE at the University of Oxford, she left her corporate marketing role in 2013 and has been challenging conventional definitions of ‘success’ ever since.
As an experienced business strategist and a certified life coach, she brings a holistic approach with a balance of tangible strategies and frameworks alongside mindset work and positive psychology tools and techniques.
Anna will cheer you on as she boosts your confidence and encourages you to aim high while challenging your assumptions and pushing you to think differently.
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