Fragmenting your efforts

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Ben Young, serial entrepreneur, speaker, author and founder of bwagy shares daily ideas on his blog in small digestible bites, aimed to make you rethink business, marketing and the world around you.

Going from project to project, idea to idea, brandname to brandname without a common thread is wasted effort.
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Each and everytime you need to start from scratch.

Whereas if you had a common thread, your personal brand, behind each and everyone you can ‘leverage’ the benefit of each.  Such that each can help your future success.

That way you keep building a platform which allows you to springboard higher and higher.

Just a thought.

 
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  • Wice says
    The common thread is the person, their ever growing experience and broader knowledge which cannot help but be reflected in what they do.
  • Adam says
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