166: Don’t just stand out. STOMP out! Developing a 'statement piece’ personal brand with Hillary Weiss artwork
Reputation Revolution | the Influence & IMPACT podcast

166: Don’t just stand out. STOMP out! Developing a 'statement piece’ personal brand with Hillary Weiss

  • S3E166
  • 43:25
  • September 13th 2020

Hillary Weiss is a New York-based creative director & messaging strategist who helps her clients develop big ideas that stomp off the screen. 

In this high-energy chat with Trevor Young, Hillary introduces a concept she calls the ’statement piece’ brand - an antidote to the “sea of sameness on the internet”.

Hillary works with business leaders and creative entrepreneurs to develop their unique statement piece - "that idea, that concept, that point of view that makes leaders and experts radically different to their perfect people and does the talking for them”.

In this interview, Hillary:

  • stresses the importance of having a clear message and a point of view
  • explains that good branding is getting you in front of those people who need your message and are going to resonate with it
  • unpacks her brand and how she has managed to come up with an idea that she can share verbally, visually and viscerally

Fonts, colours, conversations and experiences all crack a mention!

If you’re ready to 'crush the copycat culture’ on the internet, you’ll find this episode fascinating!

Check out Hillary’s website (and while you’re there, grab your FREE Statement Piece Framework).

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Reputation Revolution | the Influence & IMPACT podcast

The PR Warrior Trevor Young helps entrepreneurs and leaders build visibility, influence and trust in today's 'reputation economy'.

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  1. ESTABLISH your voice
  2. ENHANCE the credibility of that voice
  3. EXTEND the reach of your voice
  4. EXTRACT value from the profile and reputation you build in the marketplace

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