I guide women who value inner work and freedom, who want to heal their wounds and relationships through forgiveness.
Niching Contest Participant Comments:
8/10: Very clear.
I think us peers and colleagues (processing types) “eat this up” – love it – but the clients needing it need more specificity, help, forgiveness for not knowing what they need yet.
8/10: Lovely presentation.
9/10: I connect immediately to the words women, inner work, freedom, heal and wounds. Relationships mwah, I like them sometimes difficult and learn from them. Outside = inside, they are an inspiration. But my wounds are from a long time ago and more difficult to find and heal, because we don’t live in the past anymore. That’s why I’d come to you for my wounds. . .
9/10: I like your message!
6/10: Wounds is one thing, relationships another. Your message can have more impact if you focus on one of these.
9/10: You’ve got something specific here for a particular group of people. That’s good. To make this stronger I’d suggest making the words a little more active in the sense of guiding women “to heal their wounds” instead of “wanting to heal their wounds”. Wanting to do something and actually doing it have different degrees of power in them. Go for the gold!
10/10: Love it! You are a gift to the world!
Aga Wiklo‘s Reflections:
Thank you so much Tad for this detailed feedback. I will try to improve my statement based on it. Your sense of my ideal clients is perfect! I’m going to add something about their struggle but still keep forgiveness as the solution. I think it’s important, as I do not feel like convincing anyone to forgiveness, would love to work with those who already consider it. I will probably remove “relationships” from it and explain shortly how they are influenced with past wounds on my website. I could see 2 niches: those traumatized vs. those on spiritual paths. First need the forgiveness the most, but they very often strongly resist this idea. Second might follow particular teachings about forgiveness that are part of their path and don’t need “external” support. When I thought who may benefit the most the process, I realised that those who are wounded AND at least consider forgiveness, or already tried to forgive with some little or no success. Who struggle, but in the same time either see the value or are desperate about their current inner state or relationship enough to take on this challenge (that was my case). And they also must be willing to do some inner work.
The Revised Niche: