Empowerment by teaching the relationship of food intolerance & cancer; supporting immunity with lifestyle changes.
Niching Contest Participant Comments:
10/10: Excellent! “Empowerment by teaching” really communicates your respect and empathy for clients who likely find themselves in a situation that leaves them feeling helpless, overwhelmed and uninformed. Your statement also gives a clear sense of your perspective on cancer, how it can be addressed, and what service you are providing to your client.
7/10: I think it needs something. I’m not sure people are open to the idea that there is a connection with food intolerance and cancer right off the bat. In what ways would that show up on their lives? At the end of their time working with you what benefits would they gain? Can you elaborate here?
*Reply from niched Tina Cunningham: Lorraine, I help people who are seeking support, guidance with nutrition and lifestyle, throughout their cancer treatment. I work within a framework which allows for flexibility depending on the individuals choice of Allopathic or Alternative medicine. My strength is with my personal story of having a baby with cancer, who thrived throughout her treatment program.*
Wow Tina, your personal story is captivating. Trying to figure out if there is a way to include that. Are babies/children one of your niches — eg. “I help kids with cancer and their parents to thrive during treatments with empowering nutrition and lifestyle guidance.”
Another niche could be “I support adult cancer patients to thrive through their treatments with empowering nutrition and lifestyle guidance.”
8/10: This is great. For me, it would be even more powerful: “Learn the link of food intolerance and cancer, strengthen your immunity . . .” But then you might use it already. Empowerment is such a general term.
10/10: Awesome! Couldn’t be clearer and thanks for doing what you do!
10/10: Very clear and concise.
8/10: Who do you work with Tina? I really like it but for some reason I can’t grasp what that will look like . But I think that this is all confirming for me that our words will speak to the right people.
6/10: By the niche statement I’m not clear who you work with but understand more what you offer. You mentioned “diagnosed with cancer.” Are they newly diagnosed, in the midst of treatment, a recurrence, treatment isn’t working? Are there particular types of cancer you want to hone in on? What about age group — parents and their kids with cancer, the whole family, middle age, young adult? What is the person’s outlook — looking for total natural alternatives or looking to support their western medicine regimen? Where do they want to end up by working with you? What makes supporting immunity important to them?
9.5/10: Your statement is crystal clear.
10/10: Great very clear and I like how it doesn’t start with i help cancer patients . . . but integrates it in a less cookie cutter approach.
Hi I work with people who have been diagnosed with cancer. It’s tricky fitting it in the 120 character quota, so if anyone has some good suggestions I am definitely open to hearing them.
8/10: How about “Empowered Immunity through Lifestyle changes. Teaching the relationship between food intolerance and cancer.”
7/10: Not clear on the market here — those with cancer or those looking to prevent cancer? It sounds like you’re showing the link between diet and cancer, but then what?
10/10: This feels clear and strong; we know that we will learn from you.
Tina Cunningham‘s Reflections:
The Revised Niche: