In the 2nd Edition of Minimum Loveable Brands: The Art of Personal & Business Branding dive into answering 3 of the most crucial questions when it comes to building a modern day brand:
Why is your story important?
What does it enable you to accomplish?
Who does it truly speak to?
What You’ll Get
Upon purchase you’ll receive access to a downloadable pdf or epub version, with the ability to re-download it if you need to!
Don’t underestimate the importance of a strong personal brand in forming successful business brands.
It’s not just about the tangible skills you bring to the table.
In the 2nd Edition of Minimum Loveable Brands: The Art of Personal & Business Branding, you’ll take a look at how to approach building a brand with a voice and tone that accurately reflects you and what you’re about.
Without a clear understanding and ability to share these perspectives with your desired audience, many of your brand efforts will end in frustration and regret.
Developing a brand that you love gives you the ability to position yourself differently. Why? Because you’ll be spending less time putting on a circus in the attempts of getting noticed and more time engaging with those that resonate with your goals, passion, and mission.
If you want to advance in your career and development as a leader, you need to develop a personal brand first.
David Yarde is an award winning designer and software engineer that is now focused on leveraging his 16+ years of lessons learned in design, software programming and building brand experiences to help brands build lovable products and cultures.
During Davids career he has helped to facilitate a variety of customer experience solutions involving developing creative teams, strategies, visual designs and software platforms for brands of all sizes from Avis, Merriam-Webster, and Walmart/Sam’s Club all the way to the startup owner with a passion to make the world better.
With this experience David helps brands fill the gaps as a brand strategy advisor and partner at a branding and design firm that’s focused on building better communities by building better brands.
As a result, David has had the opportunity to share the tough lessons learned about entrepreneurship, team building, personal development, and brand storytelling with individuals and teams across the country as well as on a variety of platforms and publications such as Brand Strategy Insider, The Orlando Business Journal, WordPress.tv, Thrive Global, and The Good Men Project.