Per my last post about being a contributor to Carey Green’s 2-book series, “Entrepreneur Mind Hacks,” I chatted with him about my contribution to the books on the topic of Staying Productive. Watch below, and remember, if you want to pick up these 2 books, do so here via my affiliate link.
When Carey Green approached me last year to be a contributor to his forthcoming book, “Entrepreneur Mind Hacks,” I had two immediate reactions.
First, I was honored that Carey would ask me to contribute. I have nothing but respect for him, what he does, and how he presents his personal brand.
A week from right now we will well into 2015, and I have a hunch that 2015 will be another year of surprises in branding, just as 2014 was.
Throughout 2014 I kept tabs on what my branding agency was being asked to create, as well as how the guidance we provided steered toward certain trends. Here are 4 of those branding trends I experienced in 2014.
Until November 4, 2014 every political campaign my business had designed for ended up losing.
Sure, the losing campaigns amounted to a whopping two campaigns, but it was enough for me to question if this was a worthy niche to work within.
But then our client was re-elected during this past election cycle, and my hope and faith in branding for political campaigns has been restored.
For Immediate Release:
Dan Crask will be a guest on The Gary Smith Show on 1 November 2014 at 11:00am to 12:00pm (Eastern Time) to discuss “Why WordPress Is Like Building A Deck.” This is an audio companion to Dan’s recent post, “WordPress Themes and Deck Lumber.”