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My unique superpower

Brainstorm exercise on why you are unique and where to build.
Your superpower is that you are unique! By combining aspects of who you are, you can often discover niches or topics to publish about. One fun exercise is to combine two of your unique interests, then imagine writing, building tools, or sharing helpful tips for that niche:

Step 1: Clear sample data

Clear sample data


Step 2: Answer sentence starters


Step 3: Explore superpowers


Generate superpower

My superpower is combining:
@Pomeranian puppy training
and
@running


Sentence Starters
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In college I studied...
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People always ask me to help them with...
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My current job is...
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A cool (and maybe random) skill I have is...
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A unique project I’m proud of is...
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For some reason I’m really curious about...
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I’m currently obsessed with...
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When I was a kid I was obsessed with...
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I have an insider perspective on people who...
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I identify closely with people who...
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When I have nothing to think about, I think about...
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On Saturday mornings I like to...
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My favorite part about high school was...
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A genius shower thought I had this week was...
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When I’m with my friends, we love to...
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My family’s favorite thing to do together is...
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My favorite subreddit is...
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My favorite YouTube channels are about...
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My unique interests
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People always ask me to help them with...
Pomeranian puppy training
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My favorite part about high school was...
playing soccer
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A unique project I’m proud of is...
growing a garden
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For some reason I’m really curious about...
learning portugese
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I’m currently obsessed with...
scuba diving
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My favorite YouTube channels are about...
crazy trick shots
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On Saturday mornings I like to...
running
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When I have nothing to think about, I think about...
entrepreneurship
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A cool (and maybe random) skill I have is...
financial modeling
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