Find Business Ideas That Fit to Your Passion

Imagine you found passionate business ideas.  You start and running a business that follows your passion.  Even though you experience hard times and problem, you never quit. You have the big power to do a business journey. Wonderful.

But how long? You ask for your self, what if your passion has no market? What are another criteria for good business ideas? How to evaluate the feasibility of business ideas? Is your business worth pursuing?

1. Know Your Self

Identify and create a list of what are your skills, what are your passion?  Ask for yourself:

  • What repeated and longtime activity that you never bored
  • What activity that you never mind if you never get money?

Then, maybe your passion is sewing, scrapbook, pottery. That is passionate about making something.

Then, what if your passion is playing game? No one gives money to play a game.  Find a job that similar to playing a game but helpful. For example,  social media advertising manager.

2. Look Your Environment

After you study your mind, your passion, your knowledge, your skill.  study the world around you.  That is your existing hobbies, your daily life, and job.

What is your job or task that you are struggling because you have a problem? What problem that you can not resolve?

You solve the problem first, then get it as business ideas.

If you get an answer, see people like you.  How many people like you that have the same problem. If so many people that have a problem similar to you, that is passionate business ideas.  You are not only found something that you passionate but also you found feasibility.

3. Check Market Demand Online

Sometimes, it is not easy to measure how big market. You can try research market by online.

Make a list of keyword from imagined people that need your offer. Write your keyword on search engine. That is a list of another offer to solve the same problem. If not, you are the only one that offers to solve the problem. If you have so many competition, check their traffic, engagement, and sales.  You can check in google.com, google trend, google keyword planner in AdWords, fanpage in facebook. Click here for tutorial how to check market online.

 

 

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