Building a brand is all about patience and consistency.
During your lifetime, you’ll meet all kind of people who will provide you all kind of things, trying to help you go to the next step. But they will do it without knowing what your next step is and where you want to go.
If you don’t know who you are, you won’t know the direction you should pursue. But you will define that direction, in a superficial manner, guided by what others are selling you.
That's why it's important to know who you are and discover your inner strengths (like values, passions, etc.) before trying to build anything.
If you're here to get rich overnight, this course may not be what you are looking for
The purpose of this course is to provide you the clarity you need and to give you the tools for setting the foundation of your future business.
You will learn how to discover your most powerful passion, why and how to build a business around it. At the same time, you'll learn why it's important to build a powerful brand around an activity that feels effortlessly.
Welcome to the course of Personal brand for building a business around your passion, where you will learn how to discover your most powerful passion and how to build a brand and business around it.
My name is David and I’ll be leading you through this course.
I’ve managed to reach a point where, with the help of my personal brand, I got to speak at various events like TEDx and print a book with the help of my community, without investing a penny.
I designed this course for anyone who is passionate about something and wants to monetize their passion. By the end of the course, you’ll know how to shift your passion into a business.
You’ll find practical activities with examples, designed to help you better understand the concepts presented inside this course. [MOU2]
The ideal student for this course has already been thinking about ways of monetizing their passion but doesn’t have the needed clarity or tools to actually make it happen.
I’m an optimist and in everything I do I put at least a gram of the optimism I live.
Throughout the years, I’ve been experiencing all sorts of things, from running to public speaking, from writing books to acting, from freelancing to cold showers. And I can say that goals and deadlines are, for me, key elements in developing beyond the comfort zone.
I’m inspired by people who are disciplined, precisely because I’m not. I’ve learned to work in a controlled chaos and I think the way I manage to make things work has to do with a lot of pragmatism and fantastically little theory.
Furthermore, I’m dyslexic and that makes me think that life is more than words, and the passion that people put into their actions actually creates stories with which the soul, the mind and the body resonate.