Funemployed, great new word, I love it! Ilona, writing a book is a great first step. Especially if you have some time on your hands. What an opportunity! Deciding on your subject forces you to choose between all of those tantalizing directions. And I relate! I am so guilty of pulled in too many directions at once due to my Inner Avalanche of ideas :) For me, writing a book is the answer. I’m forced to focus on one clear topic. Outlining the book shows me what I already know, and reveals the gaps I need to fill in with research.
The finished product, your book, becomes your stamp of authority and your methodology. You can learn a lot for free from John Eggen, http://missionmarketingmentors.com … I like him because his teleseminars are rich with info, he’s got a spiritual side, seems sincere, and has a proven track record. He wants authors to succeed financially and has a clear strategies to make that happen. I used to be in book publishing, so I know he knows what he’s talking about. I’m pretty sure I’m going to do some coaching with him to birth my next book :) Maybe you want to join me?