We start exploring business models in similar, or adjacent kind of work, resources and skill-sets, and wait to hear a click-click!
How to design a profitable business model - match your sweet spot to the market?
Alright, now you've discovered you have an undeniable passion for watching soccer, late night comedy TV shows, history and a bit of conspiracy. What do we do with all this insight?
We have to get it to make you happy and to make you money, right!
With that range of interests and "passions" it seems hard to arrive at a proper career path.
Luckily, we've already matched your passions to your skills and resources and we know you have an education in history and in psychology. Your interests in soccer and comedy are not very well matched with any particular skill and resource yet (but the game is not over).
So, by the simple method of elimination, we arrive at the topics of history and conspiracy that you can make a living with, using your unique mix of skills. Surely, this is a very short version of the analytical part of finding your sweet spot.
Now comes the exciting part:
How do we get you to create value and make a business out of it?!
We start exploring business models in similar, or adjacent kind of work, resources and skill-sets, and wait to hear a click-click! This part is a creative process. We feed our brains with information first (business model types) and then let the neurons connect randomly and give us the ready picture.
It works like a miracle! It is based on techniques for creative thinking applied to business models.
Now, I am not going to give you the answer – only you know it. But at least I got you thinking, didn’t I? Just bear in mind this is an iterative process, you may have to go a few rounds before your business model becomes crystal clear.
Honestly, you can even adjust your business model later on – the important part here is to start thinking of the options and to open up your mind for the possibilities.
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