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Thoughts on this design…Too much? Not enough? Boring? Too exciting?

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All Money isn’t good money?

I always thought the love of money meant and included all Money. Short money. Long money. Money of all denominations. Including the pesos. You literally can’t give them away. You don’t have to exchange currency. But all Money isn’t good money. What does that money mean to your brand?

What is your brand? What is your vision? What is your dream clientele? What is your motivation? What inspired them to choose you? What was most important to them and are you providing it?

Makes sense right but how do you view it? The picture. It’s all about the picture. It’s great to use a demo. Value. Money doesn’t equate value. What does that mean?

What is important to the brand is important to the Company. The Company works for the brand. The brand is one thing the Company is another. It’s the battery. It’s the machine but the face is the brand. And branding is everything.

You only want YOUR money. Brand money. Is there anything else?

Supporting Entrepreneurs

I am all about spreading the word on programs and people I believe in.

The Atlanta Ascend 2020 program partners with nonprofit community lender Access to Capital for Entrepreneurs, Georgia Tech’s ATDC incubator, the Metro Atlanta Chamber of Commerce, and TechSquare Labs, providing an invaluable network for any entrepreneur just starting out.

A three-phase program, it allows education, pre-acceleration, and mentoring to help shape and lift minority-led startups by providing access to resources and networks that may be otherwise hidden.

#support https://www.f6s.com/neoandone

 

Blogging

When reading a blog, rarely do I care what makes you an expert.  I do not research your validity, your background, college, current profession or name.  It’s the topic Mr. Anderson…it’s what I Googled.  It’s what returned.  Where are these people searching for answers on your background on the internet?

It smells.  It’s the taste.  Your facts sound good, prestigious…I didn’t get past the third word in your bio.  Keep it short, keep it factual, shrugs.  Make it sound like music to my ears.