I have always struggled with my identity. But I am struggling even more with my niche and what I offer.
I’m not sure if this is meant to be like this or maybe it is completely normal.
What am I talking about?
Well, I’ve been trying to think about what I can actually offer to the various communities I am involved with. This relates to me having to ‘niche’ down and focus on what I can provide rather than who I am. However, I keep thinking that I have niched down enough and then I wake up and I have different ideas!
As these new ideas happen, I change everything and then in a couple of days’ time, I know that I will probably wake up with another idea and more things to think about.
I’ve gone from being a small content creator – which is obviously what I do rather than what I provide – to providing small streaming strategies and productivity hacks. I am hoping that the second one is going to stick around for a while because I really like that theme and think I have lots to offer it. Plus I really like the new logo I created – proDUCtivity Hacks with the duck! (see below!). I thought it was really clever but I’m not sure anyone else did. I made the mistake of posting it and saying – in an attempt to gain more interaction and engagement – post 🤣in the comments if you get it! Sadly no one posted anything but my sister did get it on the family Whatsapp! I’m so thankful for my family!
I do hope that there will be an end to all this change. I am hoping that I will soon find a space to occupy and then not want to move from that and my energy can be utilised for creating content. Of course, it might be like choosing a class to play in MMO games, maybe I should just pick a theme and stick with it. This sounds like good advice, but I want to have that certain feeling that I have chosen the right areas for me.
I guess I am looking for that perfect moment when all the planets in the solar system align and I feel that I am in the right place! If this is the case then I have only one thing to ask –
“Planets – can you hurry up and do your thing!”