Glad you took it the way it was intended. Hope it will help you to be a little more successful.
As an example of what I meant, on my island everyone wears beachwear. But the kiteboarders will certainly wear different gear to the sailors and those who are into "island living".
The difference is subtle, but I've not seen one kiter wearing one of the t's sold by a brand targeted at the island lifestyle crowd, even though we are all signed up to the "same" lifestyle. The brand has tried to target kiters too, but I'm sure they will fail, simply because they don't understand the mindset of the kite crowd here.
So, essentially the same market - island living, (like your success segment), but the market is divided into very distinct niches, essentially making them mutually exclusive.