Occupy your niche

As somebody that likes to have their hands in a few different areas, this might seem like an oxymoronic statement, but it’s not. A niche doesn’t necessarily mean a constraint on our abilities. Rather it’s where we can fulfill our divine purpose with excellence.

Here’s the awkward part – it might not look like what you’ve seen before, or even what you’re comfortable with. Truth be told, that’s how I feel about this post, this blog, this site. Yet here I am again, another iteration with the same name.

But this time I’m comfortable with the idea of the discomfort and uncertainty of what this space will eventually mean for others and for me. What I am certain of is that I have important things to say, and helpful things to share so that’s exactly what I’m going to do.

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4 Comments

    1. Profound words and so true – how else will we know our capacity unless it is tested in some way?

      Thanks for your comments, Kristen!

  1. Hey Saidat,

    I fully agree too, I get the urge to have my hands in many pies but I think that those early days when you are building. That secret with yourself, that’s what serving a niche can do.

    1. Thanks for your thoughtful comment, Jay! And agreed – the earlier you identify what your niche is, the better you can serve in that space

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