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I would start by introducing a highly valuable or consumable product with the lowest price point. In other words, choose a lower cost item, but something unique and valuable. If you have to, break even or keep the profits minimal. This will create a positive perception and may even drive your feedback higher. you may want to do a second or third product like this to really build momentum for future higher profit product introductions.
Has anyone hired you yet? If so, cultivate why they hired you? If not, are friends and colleagues reaching out to you for help? If so, cultivate why they reached out for help. An effective way to find your niche is based on what the marketplace is already communicating to you. if you have not been sought after yet, I would run through a personal assessment and seek feedback from my closest business colleagues. Lastly, you could also hire a coach that specializes working in launching coaches and consultants.