Am i the brand?


I’m a brand

I’m a brand unique
yet to be discovered

Who’s that in the mirror
a man a women

no a brand
with no labels just values

Is branding you me or an idea placed in our minds eye

Questioning seeking as the bright summer morning

Who am I fooling if I ain’t believing

We think no one is watching

don’t you think their clocking

Branding isn’t how your looking smiling or even trying

Branding is connecting loving sharing what you value & how people feel after you leave them

Digesting reflecting changing may be a thought after a session of you brand selection.

What do you hope to do next
Maybe some in visioning imagining what could be or should be branding the reflection God has made me to be.


©Copyright 2014 written by:Peter Johnson.

A poetic definition of mastery…

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Inspired by • ” The world is your’s “

Have a great evening &
“Life life with definition”



How effective is marketing through blogging?

Blogging is an amazing forum for a number of reasons as i’ll share in this post but something has been going through my mind lately. My question, does marketing a product apart from your blog, passion or personal experience be profitable
If I’m trying to sell you something on my blog, would you really interested?

From my observation, people marketing a book, short film or motivational video doesn’t seem to get the response likes or comment they would normally get.

I have a psychological theory about blogging maybe you can help me with this, if it’s true press like or leave a comment to help our blogging community.

well the theory is, the culture of blogging seems to be casual but direct in terms of peoples views, belief’s and life experiences. The information from blogging is free and this is what’s so good & enjoyable about blogging. Now to feel under some pressure to buy something seems to be an effort,is this true?

I think bloggers like the mental stimulation of blogging, while some like the dialogue & comments with each other or simply enjoying the beauty what comes out of the human soul through writing, if this is true where is there room for marketing?
When I publish my material it has to be free! to those who follow and appreciate what I write but I’m fully aware that blogging is just fun, casual and shouldn’t be taken to,to seriously.
This is my observation, what yours?

“Each one teach one”

Self praises, needs to rest its head!

And so the journey continues…
Self praises isn’t of any recommendation at all.
But sacrifice produces two things, Character on one side & Mastery on the other, so sharpen your saw & be effective.

by: Pjgracecommunity

NLT Heb 6:3
And so, God willing, we will move forward to further understanding.

If you feel me:don’t fracture my Ego sorry but: no more excuses

“less is more”

It’s a game!


Innovation at it’s best

Sense writing about technology and the impact it had on me in a cultural sense, I’ve had problems with my I phone , so I decided to google it and guess what I found out the new update for wordpress is to fast for anything below iPhone 4
my phone crashes every time I view my stats or comments, You know what this means , apple want me to upgrade into their culture, it’s a challenge because as much as am trying to play safe it seems that they’ve got me in their hand rapped up in their culture
I don’t have time for lap tops and pc’s, its just great to be on the go
Well let’s see how long I can last with this 3GS, sorry to bother you with my trivial problems, have a good day!
relative post: culture clash

Steve jobs

“Creativity is just connecting things. When you ask creative people how they did something, they feel a little guilty because they didn’t really do it, they just saw something. It seemed obvious to them after a while. That’s because they were able to connect experiences they’ve had and synthesize new things. And the reason they were able to do that was that they’ve had more experiences or they have thought more about their experiences than other people. Wired, February 1996]


“I think it’s brought the world a lot closer together, and will continue to do that. There are downsides to everything; there are unintended consequences to everything. The most corrosive piece of technology that I’ve ever seen is called television — but then, again, television, at its best, is magnificent.” [Rolling Stone, Dec. 3, 2003]

What do I want to leave with you after all this?

“think culture and stay connected to people not technology”

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