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Roberto Zenga

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I've always been interested in
- personal development (including sport and health diet)
- side hustles/business/investments
- efficacy and self help (including productivity tecniques)
- style & image
- business travels
I've read tons of books and I can define myself an expert
I was thinking to start a blog mainly dedicated to 30-55yo men who want to improve theirselves through this kind of things ( based on studies and science)

What about it? Any advice?

Regards and thank you!
 

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Nick M.

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I've always been interested in
- personal development (including sport and health diet)
- side hustles/business/investments
- efficacy and self help (including productivity tecniques)
- style & image
- business travels
I've read tons of books and I can define myself an expert
I was thinking to start a blog mainly dedicated to 30-55yo men who want to improve theirselves through this kind of things ( based on studies and science)

What about it? Any advice?

Regards and thank you!
How will you stand out from all the other self-improvement blogs? What problem are you solving? What value are you providing?

Just letting you know, because the barrier to entry for blogging is so low (it literally takes 15 minutes to set one up), you're going to need to execute far better than anyone else. Perhaps if you nail down the problem and your value, you may find a better solution than blogging that no one has thought of before.
 
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Roberto Zenga

Roberto Zenga

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Read Millionaire Fastlane
Dec 30, 2019
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How will you stand out from all the other self-improvement blogs? What problem are you solving? What value are you providing?

Just letting you know, because the barrier to entry for blogging is so low (it literally takes 15 minutes to set one up), you're going to need to execute far better than anyone else. Perhaps if you nail down the problem and your value, you may find a better solution than blogging that no one has thought of before.
Great advice, thanks!
The fact is that I haven't found any blog specifically speaking to a high-income men about everything they can do for improving themselves/ style /investments / heath & sport but just with many types of different concepts.
 

Nolan Harper

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The concept is great, but a little big at the moment, maybe narrow it down a bit more like the others have said. Find that single problem, then as you gain credibility for that one problem you've solved begin solving more.

Love it though, anybody who is dedicated to growth and the growth of others is awesome.
 

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