Why You Shouldn’t Be In Such A Rush To Niche down.
If you’re a new writer, you’ve probably come across tons of articles and advice on niching down.
People say — Pick a niche. Stick to it! And watch the magic happen.
But what if you can’t decide what to niche down on?
What if you have several interests?
What if you’re confused and indecisive?
How can you find your niche without writing first?
If you’re new to writing on Medium and have come across this advice, don’t put a lot of pressure on yourself to pick a niche.
I think it’s absurd to be trying to find a niche before you start writing.
Overthinking your niche can lead to writing paralysis, where you spend all your time thinking about your niche, but never actually writing.
If you have an idea of what you want to be writing about, good for you!
If you don’t know what to write about. Start writing. It’ll come.
With time, you’ll find out which kind of articles you enjoy writing.
With time, you’ll find your style, develop your style, and niche down on topics that excite you.
Don’t know where to start?
You can write about:
- Share Your Thoughts On A Particular Subject.
- Your Life Lessons
- Your Entreprenueral Journey
- Your Healing Journey
- Your Life experiences
- The Things You’re Learning On Youtube, Social Media etc
- Read other people’s work and share your thoughts on the same subject.
You can literally start writing about anything!
Don’t overthink the process.
Just set aside 20 minutes of your day, spew your guts out, and see what comes out.
Don’t be afraid to share your thoughts with the world.
Your voice matters!
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