Niche Finder – 5 Magic Ways to Find Opportunities Others Overlook

You can have the mind of a niche finder by following these 5 powerful tips. By taking the time to act on these suggestions you’ll give yourself an unfair advantage over your competition. Why? Because you’ll find opportunities are literally everywhere. The trick is following what it takes to notice them.

You’ll soon find yourself suddenly noticing, discovering and even stumbling over opportunities other miss, overlook, neglect or even ignore. This will give you a successful edge and the unfair advantage you need to win in any competitive market. The key to success is to find opportunity when others can only find excuses.

1. Look At The Details Others Don’t

A niche finder sees the little things. There’s a old saying that “The Devil’s in The Details.” But I say “The Opportunities Are In the Details”. That’s why it’s important to look beyond the obvious. Practice looking beyond the surface. Look at the small things as well as the big and obvious. The difference between the professional and the armature is the professional is able to see more of the details of a situation.

2. Learn To Do Things Other Don’t

A niche finder does the little things other don’t like to do. This is a powerful secret that will introduce you to many opportunities others overlook. Why? Because so few people will make the effort of doing things, taking the actions and making the efforts to do things other don’t you’ll have little competition. There’s a saying “there’s no people on the extra mile” if so, the competition is thin. Get in the habit of stepping up when others are stepping back and you’ll find opportunities other miss.

3. Listen To Others Complain With Iron Ears

A niche finder has iron ears. When you hear someone complain about your business, product or service instead of counter punching, making excuses or ignoring them, do this. See it as an opportunity to improve or an opportunity knock. To do this you’ll have to learn to listen with what I call iron ears. This means not taking it personally.

In fact, you should appreciate when people complain about your business, product or service. On average for every person who complains, there’s 10 others who feel the same way but don’t say anything. But they do tell there friends, family and associates. Now do you see why people who complain should be thanked and not ignored? They give you a chance to hear opportunity knock.

4. Learn To Embrace Change – Not Run From It

Change can be uncomfortable, it forces us to face the unpredictable, the unknown and untried. But it’s often filled with new opportunities, but only for those who learn to embrace change and not run from or ignore it. But the fact is most people instinctively resist change that is your chance to shine and hear opportunity knock/

Yes, while people are complaining, belly-aching and reminiscing about the old ways of doing things, you can get a fast start by learning to master the new changes. The sooner you master the new changes the better position you put yourself in take advantage of opportunities. Remember most hidden opportunities hide in changes. So, be alert to change and don’t run from… but run to it.!

5. Be Flexible, Adaptable To Go With the Flow

A niche finder is flexible and adaptable. When you’re rigid you always run the risk of missing opportunities. Why? Because research shows more innovative ideas and creative solutions have appeared because of flexible thinking and adaptable attitudes in response to a problem. In fact, it often takes flexible and adaptable thinking to overcome rigid problems. Ridged thinking seldom solves rigid problems.