How to Brand Anything: Appealing to the Collective Unconscious & Beyond

The How to Brand Anything Offer Elevator provides a new access to thoughts, ideas, projects, talent and teamwork: it provides leverage beyond reason by appealing to the unconscious within each one of us, and so taps into the popular gestalt.

Why You Need An Offer

Most people believe that they are doing their best in life, don’t you? But seriously, one only has to view Elon Musk’s accomplishments (and schedule: planned in 5-minute increments from the moment his head lifts off his pillow at 7 am until wee hours). Musk is running two 100-hour work weeks at two different billion-dollar companies he invented plus spending time with family, on life, including exercise and travel. Musk’s offer seems to be: here is my best, what can you do; what do you have to offer?

Are You Living Up To Your Brand’s Potential?

Simple Branding Test The following Simple Branding Test is designed to expose potential opportunities for development of your brand. The more honest and unbiased the ratings, the greater the probability you may find certain stardust through these three sets of three easy questions. How well does your brand score in the following essential measurements of... Continue Reading →

What is a Bridge Brand?

Some of the most interesting (and profitable) consumer brands are Bridge Brands. Successful Bridge Brands have a distinct, even quirky quality that makes them extremely memorable. They have a youthful quality combined with a degree of maturity that makes them palatable, and even attractive to a variety of age groups. There is a sense in the successful Bridge Brand that it makes up its own universe—one where it is the center and the salvation. This can create powerful loyalties and extremely strong lifetime brand relationships. The successfully conceived Bridge Brand is certainly much more than just a stepping-stone—it is a destination experience.

Building Brand You!

Systematic methods of branding YOU! The benefits of having a good system in general are pretty well understood: 1) Having a good system in place ensures all the steps and different aspects of a need, challenge or problem are taken into account. 2) A good system will produce faster, more efficient, and often more effective results than... Continue Reading →

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