Harness your third culture power. 3rd Culture Coaching is tailored to your unique multi cultural perspective.
Niching Contest Participant Comments:
3/10: Sorry, I’d give this a 3. To me it’s really not clear what you mean. I don’t know the service you offer, I don’t know what “third culture power” means. To improve, make it more specific. Who is it for? What is the result?
Sorry, not clear. Gets me wildly guessing. Helping immigrants settle?
Here’s a shot at it. . . Grown up in foster care and fitting in nowhere? I help you harness your own culture power. . . Is this what you want to do?
6/10: I read the term third culture and understood it immediately before getting to line 2. I love it. What I don’t know is why or when to call on you. Spelling “third” and using numeral “3rd” in the same spot is jarring.
3/10: I’d give this a 3. Some things that I don’t understand are “third culture power” and what a “multicultural perspective” would be. Would your client have a diverse ethnic background, or originate from another country? I wonder if you could articulate what kinds of problems you help people with and what outcomes your coaching with them brings. I’m intrigued because it sounds different and interesting but very confused.
2/10: Too many made up terms that most won’t quickly get. I’m not even sure what this is really offering.
5/10: I think there is too much “jargon” and it interferes with this being really clear. Or maybe I’m not hip enough to know what this is? That is totally possible!
5/10: I love the photo and the representation of perspective within it, which echos your words, but I agree with Mary, the 3rd Culture is a little jargon. . . does it mean that there is a 1st Culture, or a 2nd culture that I’m not aware of? I’d like to know what sort of person would be on the brink of readiness for the 3rd culture – great that they have a multicultural perspective, that does help some. I also like the word harness, it’s very empowering.
6/10: I give it a six. I don’t know what third culture means.
Layla Tahoun’s Reflections:
The Revised Niche: