Using the basics of storytelling, I coach future business luminaries on how to clarify, create & deliver inspiring and authentic ideas.
Niching Contest Participant Comments:
7.5 – I think this is a lovely meme. All of the elements work and work well together. I like “future business luminaries” because it implies that your clientele are on the move and that you are helping them get there. However, luminaries does not feel specific enough – I am not exactly sure who you want to coach. Clarify, create, and deliver is really clear. I agree with Sarah that storytelling technique might sound better than basics of.
8 – I love “future business luminaries,” can identify with that – plus it works w the magical image. “How to clarify, create & deliver inspiring and authentic ideas” COULD be followed by “so they can position themselves in the market, stand out for who they are, attract their ideal clients . . . or deliver a great TED talk . . . but not in 140 characters.
9 – Like others, I get tripped up a bit by “using the basics of storytelling. . .” and am not sure exactly what you are referring to. I love the rest. I actually like “future business luminaries” a lot, and like thinking of myself that way!
I love this (and not just because I’m a former strategic storyteller). Very clear on all fronts. The only thing that trips me up is the “basics of storytelling.” I don’t usually recommend adjectives, but it seems like one might work in place of “basics of” here . . . or maybe “storytelling techniques?”
9 – An earlier comment mentioned using “techniques” – here’s my effort, which includes it and stays in the limit – I teach future business luminaries how to clarify, create and deliver inspiring and authentic ideas through proven storytelling techniques.
9 – I love the whimsy with both the logo and the chosen graphic (SO magical!) and your message is exciting! Love the personalization with luminaries! I use “singles” a lot but haven’t found a term yet for “people in relationships who are committed to their own self-care.” The only thing I’m pondering is your site address which I’m thinking is also your business name. It doesn’t quite tell me you’re a coach or that you’re offering coaching services. That’s all really, everything else is very clear.
7 – I love how the picture and colors work together, and create a mystic, storytelling atmosphere. I don’t understand “business luminaries.” I think people want more than just clarify ideas, maybe things like connecting, or convincing. Is it part of copy writing or managing a team? In which situation would they come to you?
8 – I don’t understand what a business luminary is. Does it have to be the founder? The boss? Or can you be a content marketer within a business and still be a luminary? Everything else is really clear.
9 – I love this! I don’t know what a luminary is either, but I get what you do.
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