A Pivot: a change that builds on what you’ve done, even if you move in a radically different direction.
For example you might pivot to focus on a new market or draw on a new set of skills.
Businesses do pivot, at every stage of existence, for a variety of reasons:
... burning out on your current business and feeling ready for something new;
... realizing that your business model requires you to delegate the things you enjoyed doing;
... observing a market shift and not being able or willing to serve the new version.
Have you or your business been in a Pivot??
Another good topic, LUCKIEST.
I myself made a big switch from selling original artwork to marketing products with the images and licensing them once I had a portfolio of several hundred paintings as high-resolution scans. It's been a fun and interesting endeavor that provides a lot of opportunities for flexibility and expanding that sticking exclusively to originals simply can't.
Such a pivot as you say is definitely worth considering if you find yourself stagnating business-wise, as well.
Interested to see what others have to share.
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