*Amazon #1 Bestseller in Public Relations and #5 in Small Business*
Does your business have a story to tell? *It should!*
After a life of exploring the way people exchange value in over 35 countries, Diehl teaches business owners how to have conversations about brand strategy. In Brand Identity Breakthrough, you will learn how to develop a strong business identity by combining your personality and values with the functionality of your products to become irreplaceable to your audience.
Whether you lead a growing company, or are just starting a business, Brand Identity Breakthrough will give you a smarter way to think about new product development and business model generation. With undeniable, well-organized logic, it will show you how anyone can sell more, and at higher prices, so long as they give customers exactly what they want.
©2016 Gregory Diehl (P)2016 Gregory Diehl
"Most companies offer a product or service that could be obtained elsewhere, and the reason a prospect will choose you often comes down to how you tell your story. Read Gregory Diehl's Brand Identity Breakthrough and you will have a more compelling and successful story." (Pete Sisco, ResilientPersonalFreedom.me)
"I consider this book MANDATORY reading for all creators, regardless of what phase you may be in. And especially for the Tim Ferris 4HWW crowd, like myself, this book is a wake-up call, as well as a hyper-important tool in your toolbox." (Eric Z, Zbooks.co)
"Brand Identity Breakthrough shares relatable stories about how to choose your customers while your competitors' leave that important decision to their clients. You can choose better clients and more control of your life." (Andrew Henderson, Nomad Capitalist)
Definitely. It has great information for the novice and expert alike.
An easy to read Good to Great and a true life 4 hour work week.
It is relatable and based on his experiences. Its like he is living the 4 hour work week and teaching a course on marketing all at the same time.
I enjoyed the case studies
I would highly recommend this book. Gregory was able to compile years worth of marketing advice into an easy to read down to earth book. He goes over many concepts that are need to know for the novice and good to review for an expert marketer. He covers specifics on brand identity as well as more general marketing concepts and strategies. The case studies from former students at the end of the book are extremely helpful. I would definitely recommend this book. It was also read by the author which isn't always the best. But in this case....Well done. 5 stars.
If there is ever a time I don't have at least 5 books in process on my iPhone or kindle app something must be wrong...
FULL DISCLOSURE: My copy of this book was provided by the author for my review.
I must start off by saying I rarely if ever give five star reviews because I read so many books. Which is also unfair when an author sends me their book to read and review, hoping for a five star review. The four star review here is excellent in my opinion five stars is "shut the front door" everybody must read this book!
If this is your first book and glimpse into brand marketing, this book will give you so much to work on and so many great ideas! There was nothing in here that was earth shattering and brand-new for me but great material nonetheless. I had to labor hard to get through a few places in the book because I've heard some of it so many times before but glad I did and made it to the last section with his case study examples. I wish they would have been earlier or interspersed throughout the book as they were the major attention getters for me.
The author is super qualified to write this book but I didn't get that sense early on in the writings. After hearing the stories the credibility boost was substantial in my view, and that is part of what needed to be shared earlier.
If you are you just getting started in business or heading out on your own, you really will learn from the lessons and great materials contained in this book. I'm not afraid of leaving reviews that aren't glowing and if I think the material is "poppycock" but this book was honestly valuable and worth the time invested many times over! Just get started now, you are only one click away...
So many concepts in this book, too many to grab at one time. This is a great book to come back to at least once a year to focus and align yourself to your purpose.
I love Simon Sinek's "Start with Why" because it cuts through to the big purpose our businesses serve. This is a similar read!
The more senses you engage, the more you'll absorb the concepts. This is the type of book you read AND listen to at the same time. Grab a highlighter, you'll need it.
Finding Your Purpose as an Entrepreneur
A far cry from the shallow shtick that dominates the "self-help", Brand Identity Breakthrough is both rigorous and philosophical.
As a small business owner, this book speaks to my basic desire to succeed and make money. But on a deeper level, this book is a celebration of the market's capacity to benefit everyone who partakes.
It doesn't give a script to follow and it doesn't advocate deceptive sales tactics, it outlines principles by which an individual can find their place in the world. Thus benefiting themselves, and society as a whole.
Finding your identity isn't just the key to financial success, it's the foundation of almost every kind of success. While the expressed purpose of this book may be to improve entrepreneur's brand effectiveness and market penetration, the effects are far more profound, both for the individual and for society.
We're all mad here.
I received a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
As for the content of the book, I would say it is good for someone looking to improve or renew their business through purpose driven marketing and brand identity. I am not an entrepreneur, but I am familiar with and help several of them and I feel that they could certainly gain a lot from Thai book.
That said, the narration is dull. The narrator actually sounds like an automated voice from an older Mac computer in places. I had to check to make sure the narrator was listed as an actual human on several occasions.
I would recommend this book to budding entrepreneurs or small business owners who want a fresh look at their business, but I'd absolutely recommend getting it in print instead of audio.
A really great book for helping you clarify who you are and what your business is really about. If you've ever struggled with explaining what your company does, or why it REALLY exists (not just another lookalike business) then this book will help you. Messaging and branding is there difference between having to drop your prices to compete on price, versus getting paid a premium to be a high-end provider because of your branding.
Entertaining, thorough, concrete, and something that I found a lot of value in, on a topic that I personally have struggled with.
Being somebody who's in the beginning stages of starting a new business, reading this book couldn't have happened at a better time. Gregory did a great job at explaining how to make my business look unique so that it stands out from the competition. Since I have a bit of an ADD brain, I felt he could've gotten to the point a bit quicker at times, but at the same time I understand the abundance of real life examples he uses just helps to drive the message home better for most people. Overall a great read, and I highly recommend it!
If you want, or if you even need to change your personal or business destiny, you have to start right here with Brand Identity Breakthrough by Gregory V. Diehl. With this powerful roadmap you will never look back. Your future starts here. Mark my word.
This is an excellent book. I particularly like the approach that your brand is everything you do and the way you do. Too many people jump into business without thinking about it thoroughly. Diehl gives an education in the things you really need to know. Many people under-think their business on several levels. This book will help you go through the process of building - or rebuilding - your business as a well considered adventure.
Found the narrator hard to listen to, sounded more like a computer voice simulation, very tinny and robotic.
Reiterates with a different perspective multiple messages around branding that I've also read in multiple other books on branding. Some good case studies to help hammer the point home.
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