Branding Strategist Quotes or Weis Words
I have been sharing some of my older quotes and more recent quotes as a branding strategist and counselor online with different images that have tied back to my days in music but also fit well into almost any business. Here are some of the quotes that have been going up the last couple weeks
Branding Strategist Quotes and Weis Words posted in the last week.
“It’s time to respect yourself and your dream; both truly deserve that respect. Be the person you would do anything for. Be the person you will not let down.”
“Try holding yourself accountable to yourself. If you had to give yourself a daily, weekly, or monthly report, would you be proud to talk about what you had done, or would you need to be prettying up things, bullshitting, or lying to keep your job?”
“Calling for change and being part of making change are two very different things. Stop calling for change and be a part of making the change you want to see.”
“You can want, wish, and dream all day, but those that prepare, work, learn, practice and problem-solve are the ones that find success in sports, business, music, or whatever. Back up what you want with doing the work it takes to get it.”
“The average artist has a naïve, unrealistic, and disconnected view of what the music industry is, how it works, what is involved in “making it”, and what actually is happening behind the scenes. Too many artists take at face value what they see on some TV documentary or read in a fan magazine.”
Branding Strategist Quotes taking an honest jab sometimes.
At times they are a little in your face, but the point is to get the message to not only make someone think but to act to change, create or make things better than they were or better than they are.
More Branding Strategist Quotes and Weis Words can be found on my social media pages.
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Brand Messaging Strategist Loren Weisman is a contributor for FSG Messaging and Optics. Loren focuses on the authenticity, authority, optics, psychology and perceptions of a brand, persona or product. Loren is also the host of the brand messaging podcast; Wait What Really OK.
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Branding Strategist Quotes and Tips from Loren Weisman