Want to build your brand by taking advantage of the video craze?
Brandon T. Adams, a successful entrepreneur who is in T.V., film, and Facebook Live shows across the web, shares a few tips on how you can build your brand up with video content and so much more. People buy from people and you always have to be in front of your audience showing others what you do! He also reveals the expenses of creating video content and the benefits of having capital! It’s a no brainer to be able to get funding and make your dreams a reality with zero percent interest!
A few highlights from this interview include:
- Brandon shares how he helps entrepreneurs build their brand.
- Learning a skill through bootstrapping (and when it’s time to invest in yourself).
- The value of sharing content throughout the world!
- Cost to constantly film content.
- What OPM (other people's money) means.
- The benefits of having capital to start your business.
Watch the show here!
Brandon T. Adams is the co-host and one of two executive producers of Ambitious Adventures, a reality television program focused on the compelling stories of young entrepreneurs. In addition to his television work, Brandon is a best-selling author and an entrepreneur through and through. He currently owns a stake in a number of businesses including Live to Grind, the Young Entrepreneur Convention, Accelerant Crowdfunding Consulting, Accelerant Public Relations, Arctic Stick, and an ice distributorship that serves three states.
Brandon’s fascination with entrepreneurialism has been present since birth and was stoked with his invention of Arctic Stick during his college years. Pushing that product through concept, design, manufacturing and funding clearly illustrated to him a need for a voice to aid young entrepreneurs in fulfilling their dreams. That path has led him to where he is today.
As founder and host of the Live to Grind podcast, a twice weekly program that shines the light on successful entrepreneurs, Brandon regularly delivers his unique brand of passionate motivation in his quest to impact 1 billion lives by the time he reaches 40 years old. His work on the Live to Grind podcast inspired him to join with a group of other young, motivated professionals to form the Young Entrepreneur Convention. In its first year, the event drew nearly 500 attendees and featured speakers including Kevin Harrington of TV’s “Shark Tank” and Priceline.com co-founder Jeff Hoffman.
“When you’re on camera, they see what you do and they build trust in you.” - Brandon T. Adams
“You should always be marketing.” - Brandon T. Adams
“Your personal brand is everything. People buy from people.” - Brandon T. Adams
“Be the best of what you do and if you can record it for the world, you can be even better.” - Brandon T. Adams
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