I teach and coach bright souls who are curious about how mind mastery and spirituality can help them live their dreams.
Niching Contest Participant Comments:
9/10: This is awesome — I love the description “bright souls.” My only feedback would be that saying “teaching and coaching” feels like repetition to me — even though I know that they’re different processes, the results are more important than the process to me. So by saying “teaching AND coaching” — especially so early in the statement, I get the impression than in working with you the results would be less important than the process you used to get them.
6/10: Not sure of the message.
5/10: I’m not clear on whether or not I would be in your niche — how do I know if I’m a bright soul? You’re pressed for space in this, so I would pick either “teach” or “coach” but not both (then you could elaborate or clarify the “bright soul”). The rest is a little clunky and I have to work really hard to “get” what you’re trying to portray . . . What about “I show bright souls how to use mind mastery and spirituality to live their dreams . . .” or something like that?
Mostly like it but bright souls is not strong and clear enough though I like it poetically I don’t like it as a niche.
6/10: Bright souls , how do we identify who falls in this category.
8/10: Great! It feels like an 8. But . . . how? Where? I think “curious” is not enough to bring them to you . . . but I love it and I want to do it, so it’s motivating!
6/10: I don’t understand “bright souls,” but it’s a nice term, and I hope that doesn’t mean I’m not one. I also don’t understand “mind mastery.” Is this a known term? Jargon?
7/10: May I suggest ‘”I help bright souls mind mastery so they can live their dreams’?
9/10: How about “I coach bright souls on how to use mind mastery and spirituality to live their dreams.”
7/10: I’m not really sure. There’s something about this that seems missing. Like, how do you help them? What do you mean by spirituality?
8/10: On the plus side: I love the warmth and brightness of your words! On the minus side: If I am a curious bright soul I may not need your services. What would compel me to come to you instead of just watching a bunch of youtube videos, reading books, and going to some workshops? What magnetizes you, draws people to you? Ask you friends and Tell us!
7/10: this feels a little more focused on what you do / offer than the problem the niche is facing. I think you have a real gold mine in focusing in more where these bright souls intersect with not living their dreams. Are they dimmed down at this point, do they know they are bright, how far off are they from living their dreams (and is there a type of dream life in particular you help them to achieve?). On one hand mind mastery and spirituality is specific, but it’s also generic amongst all the offerings available today.
Stephanie Lin‘s Reflections:
Thank you! I see what you mean [about “teaching and coaching”]. You’re basically picking up on my own haziness about how I can to best serve my clients. I’ve been coaching only for the past few months, but am now feeling the pull more toward teaching through writing, videos, and e-courses, guided meditations.
I’m playing around with: “I teach bright souls how to master their mind and harness the spiritual world to live their dreams.”
The Revised Niche: