After years of consulting with companies of all types/sizes, several things have become clear. There seems to be a logical way to group organizations into one of three types. The first group is the one that makes things happen. These guys are the ones acquiring other companies, diversifying, thinking about 2015 and are in growth mode. The second group is the one that watches things happen. This type of company is cautious, yet will make a move once it sees other companies moving in a specific direction. An example of this is when printing companies waited until they saw others buying and…
One of my favorite topics is branding. You know we all have a brand. And remember, our brand is not what we say it is but is what others day it is. How do people remember you? Well that is your Brand of Communications. It is covered in depth an entire chapter of my Everyone Is in Sales book.
You want people to see you as distinct, memorable, and unique, right? If so your brand should be consistent online and offline and in every aspect of your life. Do you know how others define you? If not this is a blind spot in your brand of communications and you need to find out. So, ask people that you trust.
So, as the artist Fort Minor says, "give people 100% reason to remember your name." After all, it is your brand… so the choice is yours as to what you do with it.
What is your brand all about?
Do you give people an easy way to remember your name?