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The first questions you need to ask yourself are:
1- What do I truly want?
2 - What does that look like?
3 - What about this is important to you?
Once you have a clearer understanding of what you truly want, then you can work your way backwards to see where you should invest your time. You mentioned looking into business principles. When you think of business, what aspect of it excites you?
Here are a few questions you can ask yourself to help find your answer:
- What am I best at?
- What do I truly want to do?
- What client problems can I help solve with ease?
Once you know the answers to these questions, you can target your marketing message to specifc client pain points.