As a Counsellor, I guide overwhelmed perfectionists to find the freedom to take risks, slay their shame and to create healthy relationships.
Niching Contest Participant Comments:
7/10: I recognize that you are talking about me; at the same time, I wonder if that narrows it down enough. I work hard at becoming imperfect — I’m a nascent imperfectionist — but it never occurred to me to think about relationships as targets of my mania. It might help focus your niche if you could come up with concrete aspects of their lives. Are they mothers? Business owners? Artists? Just one more descriptor would help a lot.
10/10: I love it. Speaks to who you serve. goes from pain to pleasure and tells me what to expect from working with you too. love the pic stark contrast color tones too! Great work! Good Luck! I give it a 10.
Laura Hollywood’s Reflections:
I think Tad is onto something – as a person with high standards, I don’t know that I would call myself a perfectionist, I just like to get it right. So if you’re targeting people who know they’re doing the perfection thing and how it interferes with their lives, then you’re an 8 (all perfectionists don’t feel shame or apply it across the board). If you want perfectionists to find you and discover the impact, then maybe not so clear for them 5? These little snippets of what we do are hard to convey, eh?
The Revised Niche: