I help people have more ENERGY and put more energy into their lives. Better health, relationships, creativity.
Niching Contest Participant Comments:
5/10: vague and not sure of the photo.
6/10: “People” is just a bit too vague for my liking. I get that you’re trying to address people who lack energy. But are you talking to me? To my mom? My father? How do you help your clients achieve better health, relationships and creativity? Are you filling them up with herbs? Or are you helping them sleep better at night with fluffier pillows? Or are you giving them assignments for their creative activities? The “how” needs to be elaborated. I’d probably feel comfortable talking to you once I knew better what you were doing. But, with just this little tidbit, I don’t think I’d be able to open the closet door where the skeletons are.
No niche here at all and such a wide array of offerings so it feels weak. Sounds like an add for a multilevel marketing scheme.
Too broad, too vague. Room for improvement.
5/10: I’d love to hear more about your “how!”
5/10: It’s everything for everyone . . . not niching.
6/10: More clarity on “who.” Who is your avatar?
6/10: Which people? And what area does it affect most?
9/10: As an introvert who’s ALL about energy management, this statement really resonates for me.
7/10: Have more energy and put more energy seems redundant.
5/10: What do you mean by “energy” — physical energy or motivation? I get the holism part of health, relationships, and creativity working together, but it doesn’t seem clear who you help and how you help them.
7.5/10: “People” is too broad for a niche so would like to know who you most want to work with and can best help. What type of energy do they have and where are they on the energy scale right now — none, some, lots but looking for the peak? Does more energy refer to the next step up or an exponential leap. Curious to know if ENERGY stands for something or is upper case for emphasis.
8/10: I like the idea, but am wondering if you work with the body or other techniques.
David Dressler‘s Reflections:
The Revised Niche: