People Say, If They Knew the Tools
the Pros Used to Build Their Brands,
They Would be More Successful: You
Need the Grease...
Knowing the social media and branding tools the
pros use is great.
The only thing is, it’s not going to get you very
far if that’s all your relying on.
In order to use the tools to the best of their
ability, we need to add some grease to them.
Not physical grease, I’m talking about
enthusiasm and personalization grease.
Everything in life needs grease: tires, nuts and
bolts, door hinges, and everything else you can
imagine.
The same holds true for what you do in your
branding efforts through your social media
channels.
You are the grease, yes, you.
Your personalization, your genuine passion, your
effort, and your willingness to help without
receiving back anything in r...
Remember the story of the old man and the
teenager that have a contest to see who can
chop down a tree faster?
The teenager spends all day continuously
chopping at the tree, while the old man chops at
the tree, stops for an hour, get...
Do you understand the story here?
The old man is sharpening and greasing his
blade to actually chop faster.
You need to do the same thing with the tools
you use in your branding efforts.
Everyone has the same tools available to them,
it’s those that grease the tools and use them to
their maximum ability that...
You don’t have to listen to what I’m sharing
here, but I can tell you from personal
experience, when I started adding grea...
One other thing that really helped me turn my
branding around was focusing on less tools and
really working the tools I di...
In some cases I find that when I focus on less, I
actually get back more. It sounds crazy, but I’m a
little crazy, so it’s...
My recommendation is that you select a handful
of tools, test them out, and I mean more than
just logging into the site an...
Grease the tools up, learn from them, and see if
they can work for you in the long run.
What works for one person may not be right for
you, make your own tool recipe, add your own
grease to it, and figure out a...
This all being said, if you need some suggestions
or help in actually figuring out what tools may
work best for you, pleas...
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in …5
×

People Say, If They Knew the Tools the Pros Used to Build Their Brands, They Would be More Successful: You Need the Grease as Well

410 views
272 views

Published on

Knowing the social media and branding tools the pros use is great. The only thing is, it’s not going to get you very far if that’s all your relying on. In order to use the tools to the best of their ability, we need to add some grease to them. Not physical grease, I’m talking about enthusiasm and personalization grease. Everything in life needs grease: tires, nuts and bolts, door hinges, and everything else you can imagine. The same holds true for what you do in your branding efforts through your social media channels. You are the grease, yes, you. Your personalization, your genuine passion, your effort, and your willingness to help without receiving back anything in return is your grease.

Published in: Technology, Business
0 Comments
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total views
410
On SlideShare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
0
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
1
Comments
0
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

People Say, If They Knew the Tools the Pros Used to Build Their Brands, They Would be More Successful: You Need the Grease as Well

  1. 1. People Say, If They Knew the Tools the Pros Used to Build Their Brands, They Would be More Successful: You Need the Grease as Well
  2. 2. Knowing the social media and branding tools the pros use is great.
  3. 3. The only thing is, it’s not going to get you very far if that’s all your relying on.
  4. 4. In order to use the tools to the best of their ability, we need to add some grease to them.
  5. 5. Not physical grease, I’m talking about enthusiasm and personalization grease.
  6. 6. Everything in life needs grease: tires, nuts and bolts, door hinges, and everything else you can imagine.
  7. 7. The same holds true for what you do in your branding efforts through your social media channels.
  8. 8. You are the grease, yes, you.
  9. 9. Your personalization, your genuine passion, your effort, and your willingness to help without receiving back anything in return is your grease.
  10. 10. Remember the story of the old man and the teenager that have a contest to see who can chop down a tree faster?
  11. 11. The teenager spends all day continuously chopping at the tree, while the old man chops at the tree, stops for an hour, gets a drink, sharpens his axe blade, then goes back to chopping.
  12. 12. Do you understand the story here?
  13. 13. The old man is sharpening and greasing his blade to actually chop faster.
  14. 14. You need to do the same thing with the tools you use in your branding efforts.
  15. 15. Everyone has the same tools available to them, it’s those that grease the tools and use them to their maximum ability that find ultimate success.
  16. 16. You don’t have to listen to what I’m sharing here, but I can tell you from personal experience, when I started adding grease to the tools in my toolbox, things really took off.
  17. 17. One other thing that really helped me turn my branding around was focusing on less tools and really working the tools I did use, to their maximum ability.
  18. 18. In some cases I find that when I focus on less, I actually get back more. It sounds crazy, but I’m a little crazy, so it’s a perfect fit.
  19. 19. My recommendation is that you select a handful of tools, test them out, and I mean more than just logging into the site and doing one thing.
  20. 20. Grease the tools up, learn from them, and see if they can work for you in the long run.
  21. 21. What works for one person may not be right for you, make your own tool recipe, add your own grease to it, and figure out a way to maximize the tools to the best of your ability.
  22. 22. This all being said, if you need some suggestions or help in actually figuring out what tools may work best for you, please reach out to me directly via my 90DayEntrepreneur site. Thanks, Brandon 90DayEntrepreneur.com/contact

×