Evaluate the skills you need to acquire in order to work in the niche you would like to be working in. Usually you’ve already have the skills, but maybe you don’t feel real comfortable working in those niches because you think you need to learn more. Ask yourself am I willing to acquire the skills and knowledge to become proficient in these niches? If you are, then go ahead and look at where you can get those skills, you may have to travel some distance to go to a school.
Quite often, a local community college or junior college class is available or maybe there is a vocational tech school close by. Sometimes you may have to sign-up for private schooling at a higher cost but the good news is, quite often classes are short and intensive so you go there and in a few weeks you can acquire a ton of new skills, knowledge, and resources very quickly.
As you can see this is an easy process you can do what I did I made a long list of all the skills I possessed all the tasks that I knew how to do and everything I had done up to that point my life. I then itemized niches or sub categories of things that I would enjoy doingclick to find out more. I just wrote them all down I did not ask if I could do it, these are just things I wanted to. I then evaluated each niche I want to do along with my skill level in each niche. I found the skills I was lacking in, I researched classes and courses that I could attend to upgrade my skill proficiency. I decided my ideal handyman job would be a cowboy, but that wasn’t feasible because of my location and age, I then modified the cowboy niche went to horseshoeing school in another state. I then spent the next 20 years shoeing and training horses, it worked out wonderful, I was as close to being a cowboy is I could get.
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