Become "SUPERPOWERful"!

Impact 1,000s of people with your amazing ideas.

Let me pull out my all-seeing matzoh ball... You're in love with your business, inspiring people with your unique twist on things, and really making a difference.

Hi, I'm Suzy Dickstein!

I help “same-as” solopreneurs build a superpower-ful personal brand with raving fans.

A Bissell (little) About Me

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Some people call me “Niche Bitch” (in a joking manner) and others call me the answer to their prayers, but one’s thing for sure – I’ve helped a lot of people figure out how truly gifted they are and turn that into a business they want to shout about from the rooftops (aka social media, podcast, stages)…

But I haven’t always been aligned with my own superpowers or running a business that I’m in love with.

Like you, I’ve felt stifled in regular jobs (or as I like to call it, “slavery“) with schmendrick (foolish) bosses and failed at more businesses than I can count. 

I’d talk a good game, but something always felt off in my business, so I’d take more and more courses, and remained, “Miss Potential“.

It's Easy to Spin Your Wheels

I had things I was passionate about, but not much experience in them, so I did what what most people do – I tried to figure out how I could fit into the marketplace, rather than figure out how to make my uniqueness fit into the marketplace.

And I unwittingly limited my happiness, my wealth, and the impact I could make. 

But it didn’t have to be that way for me, and it doesn’t have to be that way for you. 

Finding My Gifts

The first time that I felt special and gifted was when I read Barbara Sher’s book, “I Could Do Anything If I Only Knew What It Was.” Not the whole book mind you, just 6 pages on what she called, “Scanners.” 

Scanner are people who love lots of things, but also drop them because they have an insatiable curiosity that leads them to the next thing and the next one. She actually thought my ability to quit things was awesome!

And then, I started noticing people like me everywhere. Her books were filled with amazing ideas for how people could turn their gifts into businesses, so I would share my knowledge and try to help them out.

A while later, I got introduced to Marcus Buckingham and his Gallup Strengths-Finder test. That test gave me the actual words for my gifts (or superpowers) – Strategic, Futuristic, Activator, Maximizer, and Woo. 

So then when I’d meet these Scanners, I’d have them do the test too and then, I’d do this sort of magic trick where I would combine them into a few possible niches that they could have never come up with on their own, and all these new entrepreneurs were born!

For years, I did these mitzvahs (good deeds)/free consulting sessions. I’d see the gold, do my magic, and pivot a lot of people’s businesses, but I couldn’t imagine anyone would want to pay a business coach for advice when they’re not a huge succe$$, so I didn’t do anything with it and wasted years going down the wrong path.

Your Superpowers Are Your Key to Freedom

Skills on a resume and your past working experience aren’t the only things that you have to offer the world, and you don’t want to figure out where you fit into the marketplace because that’ll water down what you do and make you sound like everybody else. 

What I didn’t give value then, but I do now, is that (1) I was born with these God-given talents or superpowers that make me different from other people and (2) I’ve experienced and overcome some pretty tough problems that can help a lot people.

When You Find Your Mission

INNOVATIVE IDEAS MAKE THE WORLD A BETTER PLACE!

All missions start from that same place – your unique view of the world and a passion to fix it, but ideas alone aren’t persuasive. 

Someone needs to champion it. Guess who?

You! You’re being called for more. And it’s not me saying it. You hear God whispering quietly to you when you finally stop doing the 1,000 things on your to-do list. 

Know how I know? Every single person that I help surprisingly admits the same thing – they’ve heard the voice, they know they’re suppose to inspire waaaaaaaaaay more people than they are now.

While you’re saying and acting like all you need is to just find a few more clients, what you really need to do is LEAD A MOVEMENT. Oy gevalt (oh my God)!

You're the Best Spokesperson for your Ideas

I know you’re freaking out. You might think that public speaking’ll kill you. It won’t; it’s what’ll set you free. 

You can inspire thousands to get the help they need. You can give them a transformation right there in a conference hall, when listening to a podcast on a walk, or watching YouTube on their commute to work.

Nothing is more inspiring and life-changing than an entrepreneur with purpose, a well-thought out offer, and the skills of a professional speaker.

You Don't Need to Be a "Natural"

You might have all sorts of excuses of why you can’t do it like, “you’re not a ‘natural’“, but in my humble opinion, naturals don’t actually make the best speakers.

Some of my favourite World Champions of Public Speaking, including Craig Valentine, Darren Lacroix, Ed Tate, and Mark Brown had stutters, phobias, etc…

Your biggest weapon in business is how you communicate. That’s why I got certified as a World-Class Speaking Coach, so I can help you resonate with the people who need you most. 

Nothing is more important than your message. Do you know what yours is?

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The World Needs Your Gifts

If you’re ready to fall in love with your business, inspire people with your unique twist on things, and make a really big difference, here’s what you’ll get with the “Rise to Rave-Worthy™” method.

1

Build a Business Around Your Gifts

Your business needs to be a reflection of what you care about, the knowing you’ve learned over the years, and your God-given talents. 

2

Attract Your Ideal Prospects

You’ll be happiest when you work with people who need the exact help you can provide, so choose to target your people instead of anybody.

3

Find Your Whys

Running a business is hard, but when you know your purpose or “big why” as I call it, it’s so much more compelling for your prospects and inspiring for you.

4

Nail Your Niche

If you want to resonate, you need to niche down to a problem a group of people have in common, not some type of demographic info like women who are 30-50 years old. When you do, magic happens. 

5

Stop Sabotaging Your Growth

Running a business like a self-employed person caps your growth and hinders your ability to succeed, because while you want more clients, when you get them, you lose the reason you started the business in the first place – to work less. 

6

Market Your Business with Speaking

There is nobody who could be a better spokesperson for your personal brand than you. It might seem scary, but speaking is the best way to resonate with future prospects, employees, and strategic partners – and it’s free.

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