Solving someone’s problem

Hi Brooke,
I’ve been doing the Entrepreneur course in SCS and considering your coaching training, but I keep coming up to a dead-end when I try and determine how I can “solve someone’s else’s problem”. In other words, I have no idea what value I can add to the world. Is this a common issue? I have done some brain storming and I really don’t think I have anything to offer that someone would want to pay for. Should I be stepping back and working more on myself before trying to become a coach? I am feeling a little pressured because your coaching program is only offered once a year. I worry I may miss this opportunity, but I feel I don’t have a product to sell.
Thanks so much,