An unusual, yet remarkable thing happened to me, yesterday. I saw someone through their eyes. I saw first-hand their vulnerability, insecurities, hopes and dreams - and their next move will define them more than they realize.
One of the most important aspects of building a business today is building your personal brand with it. Whether you are wanting to build trust, develop relationships, or be a leader in your industry, making a name for yourself is essential. But how do you accomplish this?
“My pleasure”--  We hear this simple phrase every time we say “thank you” to an employee at Chick-Fil-A. In addition to this phrase, we also receive excellent service, free food coupons if our order wasn’t correct, and their employees are off work every single Sunday and on Holidays.
Let me ask you something. If you go to a bar, and decide you are in the mood for a nice, quality vodka, which would you choose? Grey Goose or Ketel One?
Over the years the psychology of color has been a controversial topic.  Marketers and scientists alike have formed connections between the colors and reactions the human subconscious has towards them. However, although there have been many studies to support certain aspects, there has also been a disconnect.  This disconnect between person to person has been attributed to experiences, personal preference, culture, and upbringing.  All of these aspects influence a person's opinion about certain colors and therefore make some studies unreliable from the get go.  However, although there is a noticeable disconnect, some marketers swear by colors and the persuasion they have over consumers.  According to a study done in 2006 in the journal Management Decision, people can make 62% to 90% of their snap decisions about products based on color alone.

Let’s delve into the wonderful world of colors, what do most psychologists say about colors and the power they have over branding?
One of the most important things we all strive for in the business world is standing out from the crowd. We want our audience to be able to differentiate us from the competition and, well, we want to be Lady Gaga. Let’s face it, we may not want to wear meat to corporate events but we want to be memorable and instantly recognizable. Lady Gaga has refined that skill to a tee. Here is what you can learn from her:
As most of you know, in a blink of an eye, the carefully curated “good girl” image of one Taylor Swift was destroyed by a series of snapchat videos exposing her to be a liar and destroying her reputation.  For those of you that live under a rock, you can read about it on vox.com.  

“What can we learn from this?” you ask, “How does this have any relevance to my business?” let me elaborate.  
Just bought a new iphone? Welp, there’s probably already another one in the works. And of course as soon as it comes out we will all just have to have it. Because it is so different from the one we bought not even a year ago right. Why do we have to have something that’s brand new even if we have the exact same one at home already, it's just slightly older? It still works fine and looks pretty good. However as soon as that new one comes out we abandon it like there’s no tomorrow.
We hear this all the time from clients:


“My product and/or service is amazing!
It has so many capabilities and endless possibilities- it can do this and it can do that…
We need to do this and we need to do that right now!”


While the end product is in fact amazing, these entrepreneurs are so head deep into their product that it consumes them. It consumes them so much to which they have lost sight of their initial goal. Establishing their brand. Yes, it’s great that your product does so many things and will be able to do much more in the future, but ask yourself “Is my brand well known right now?” if you answered no then take a step back and focus on pushing out current content that tells your brand story. Once your product has traction then you can start releasing and pushing out new content.
Being gluten free is a trend that has been getting more and more popular recently. Some are doing it as a diet just trying to cut some unwanted fat out of their lives, whiles others have to because they are allergic or intolerant to it. Either way gluten free options are beginning to pop up everywhere you look.

What is gluten? It is a protein that is found mainly in wheat that provides elasticity to the dough. When you think about how many things are made with wheat flour, it already cuts out a lot of the normal everyday food a person might eat. Say goodbye to bread, most cereals, cookies, and pasta. Now these are just the things we know contain flour, but gluten can be in other foods as well where flour is absent.
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