The Do’s & Don’t of Telling Your Brand Story
All branding and marketing is about human connection.
Maybe this sounds like you:
I’m ready to take the next step. I want to create a brand that impacts lives and grows my business. I’m ready to dig into brand storytelling, but I have no clue where to start.
We’ve got you! Here are a few simple rules to get you thinking about how your brand tells a story that can connect with your audience.
- Be yourself. Authenticity is like an ice cold drink on a hot day. It’s so refreshing!
- Be transparent. Sometimes sharing mistakes shows that you are the best company to guide others.
- Empower others. Make your client—not you—the leading role in your brand story.
- Inspire your audience. Demonstrate that your role is to guide your client to superhero status.
- Involve your team in the process. Everyone has a role in the brand story.
- Sell yourself. Everyone can smell a hustle from a mile away. Sales pitches are relationship builders.
- Be guarded. There’s a time to hold back, but there is also a time to show the real you.
- Make it all about you. We all have hungry egos, but your brand story is not the time to feed yours.
- Be boring. If you aren’t excited and inspired by what you do, no one else will be either.
- Isolate yourself. Behind every great organization there are people who need to be part of the story.
- What motivates me/my team to wake up and come to work everyday?
- How does my brand or service change or influence lives?
- What is one sentence I could write to clearly reflect how my company/work affects the lives of others?
- Would my entire team, at all organization levels, know the company mission and understand how it benefits those we serve?
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