Saturday, June 23, 2012

Day 14 of 15 Habits

Great Writers Brand

Here is what Jeff Goins has to say about branding:
A brand is exactly what it sounds like. It’s an impression you leave on a customer or reader; it’s a mental imprint. We all have them.
You’ve likely heard some adage about the importance of first impressions. This is branding — the belief that people get an idea in their mind of your personality based on an experience they had.
Sometimes, the impression is accurate; sometimes, it’s not. But it’s never the full picture of the person, (that’s impossible). And that’s okay. It’s what branding is all about.
A brand is the simplest, most memorable part of yourself you can give.
So what does a small-time, little book reviewing blogger like me do with this?

Think, pray, and pray some more. Because this isn't something I can just hammer out in one day. But at least the idea has taken root in my mind and heart, and perhaps soon I'll have some clarity in what to do.

Rome wasn't built in a day--and neither will my brand.


Thoughts for the day said...

Great thoughts. I am doing this challenge too, good job.

Stacey said...

It is a process! But I think it's going to be easier figuring it out on this side of it all rather than on the other side when we are redefining. At least, that's what I'm going with! :D

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