To build your own brand you have to generate content, that tells your story.
What would you do? Holding on to your passion. Lifting up people to tell their story about their faith or branding about the Humankind?
One way or another you come to understand that in every story there is something beyond the Humankind.
(You can’t prove it, you have to be in an artistic mood.)
If you and I share our vision, you have inspired thoughts, and you connect in a way that makes readers want to interact with you. They want to know more. They want to share with their friends what are we doing? Building a community (online).
Two personalities like Scott Harrison and Lindsey Stirling are perfect to explain something profound about the Humankind.
Let’s Begin with one of my friends.
Let’s have a look to Lindsey Stirling:
Lindsey Stirling (born September 21, 1986) is an American violinist, dancer, performance artist, and composer.
She presents choreographed violin performances, both live and in music videos found on her YouTube channel, Lindseystomp, which she introduced in 2007.
Stirling has been named in Forbes magazine’s, 30 Under 30 In Music: The Class Of 2015. Forbes notes her quarter-finalist position on America’s Got Talent season five in 2010, a #2 position on the Billboard 200 further second album Shatter Me in 2014, and her 5.8 million subscribers on YouTube.
Stirling’s debut album, eponymous titled, Lindsey Stirling (2012). It was a commercial success in Europe, selling 200,000 copies in Germany. It was winning a platinum certification. Three additional certifications were given by Austria, Switzerland, and Poland.
The debut album was nominated for the 2014 Billboard Music Awards for Top Dance/Electronic Albums.
Lindsey as a motivational speaker :
Who is Scott Harrison:
It’s my goal to be an example of how you can use content digitally to be an influencer in stopping narcissism.
Harrison was born an only child in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, to Charles and Joan Harrison.
His family relocated, and he was raised in Hunter don County, New Jersey.
When Harrison was four years old, his mother was exposed to carbon monoxide from a cracked furnace installed in their new energy efficient home.
His mother’s immune system was destroyed, and she became an invalid.
As a result, Harrison grew up taking care of his mother and the household.
Years later his mother was miraculously healed.
He credits his family’s deep Christian faith in giving them hope that one day his mother would be healed.
At age 18, Harrison left home for New York City and enrolled at New York University (NYU).
He graduated from NYU with a bachelor’s degree in communications in 1998.
Harrison admits he was not a diligent student and began working as a nightclub and party promoter in Manhattan.
He spent the next 10 years throwing lavish parties for the likes of MTV, VH1, Bacardi, and Elle.
Harrison describes this as a time when he was “chasing after models,” mingling with the New York City elite and indulging in illicit drugs including cocaine and ecstasy.
When he was 28, Harrison had a “crisis of conscience” during a vacation in Uruguay.
Harrison had an epiphany about his job and life: “I was selling selfishness and decadence.”
He recalled feeling like “the most selfish, sycophantic and miserable human being” and “the worst person I knew.”
In August 2004, Harrison quit his job and volunteered as a photojournalist for the Christian charity Mercy Ships. Mercy Ships operates a fleet of hospital ships offering free healthcare.
He served aboard the Mercy Ship Anastasis in West Africa, taking over 60,000 photos in 13 months.
While on his first mission trip with Mercy Ships, Harrison received word that his mother was “miraculously healed” of her illness.
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It leads you into a powerful and evocative mind.
This is a hopeful and inspirational message (just like Scott Harrison) that could actually convince you that you are okay.
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The Violin Play-Along series will help you play your favorite songs quickly and easily. Just follow the music. Listen to the demonstration tracks to hear how the violin should sound. Then play along using the separate backing tracks. Songs in this volume include: All of Me * Don’t You Worry Child * Fix You * Good Feeling * My Immortal * Pokemon Theme * Radioactive * Star Wars Medley.
Dansende elektronische violiste Lindsey Stirling deelt haar onconventionele reis in een inspirerende bestseller-memoires uit de New York Times vol energie, doorzettingsvermogen en humor. Daarmee streeft ze met succes een passie buiten de gebaande paden na.
Lindsey Stirling, een klassiek geschoolde muzikant die schurken heeft bedreven, is de belichaming van een onafhankelijk, millennials gedefinieerd succes.
Nadat ze uit de set America’s Got Talent werd gestemd, verzamelde ze meer dan tien miljoen fans van sociale media. Dan nam ze twee albums van volledige lengte op. Ze gaf meerdere hits vrij met miljarden YouTube-weergaven en doorverkochte locaties over de hele wereld.
Lindsey is niet bang om zichzelf te zijn.
In feite is het haar vertrouwen en individualiteit die haar in de schijnwerpers hebben gezet. Maar de weg was niet gemakkelijk. Nadat ze werd afgewezen door talentscouts, muziekvertegenwoordigers en uiteindelijk op de nationale televisie, smeedde Lindsey stap voor stap haar eigen weg.
Ze detailliseert elke beproeving en triomf die ze tot nu toe heeft meegemaakt.
Lindsey vertelt verhalen over haar nederige maar gecharmeerde kindertijd. Ze vertelde over haar humoristische puberteit, het leven als een worstelende muzikant, persoonlijke worsteling met anorexia. Tenslotte kreeg ze succes als een entertainer van wereldklasse.
Lindsey’s magnetiserende verhaal. Tegelijkertijd opmerkelijk en universeel. Het is een getuigenis dat er geen uniek recept voor succes is. Ondanks wat mensen misschien zeggen, is het soms oké om de enige piraat te zijn op het feest.