1. Collect – all of your action items on one to-do list. Write down all of your “to-do” items. This includes grocery lists, errands, action items, phone calls, projects, etc. You can collect all of this in It an electronic or a paper to do list. Pick the format that works for you, but you should have only one and it should be portable. Once all of your tasks are in one place it is easier to set priorities. You will also free up your brain power to get to the higher level thinking we need in order to obtain our goals.
“Color: what a deep and mysterious language!”
Specific hues can provoke different emotions, associations, and responses that affect how your brand is perceived. Put simply, color choices can make or break a design. In fact, research has shown that color can increase brand recognition (by up to 80%), memory, engagement with a design piece, text comprehension, among many others.
Screen printing is an extremely affordable method of printing and hence very popular. However, often because it is so economical people associate the low cost with low quality. That is not necessarily true. Screen printing can give fantastic results. However, it is important to go to a screen printing expert who knows what he is doing. Here are some tips for screen printing that you can use on DIY projects. These tips will also come handy when you need to evaluate potential screen printers for your screen printing needs.
Tips to Improve Screen Printing Quality
Do you struggle to keep your working day on track? Perhaps you’re so caught up with small unimportant tasks that you never seem to make any headway on the things that matter. Working longer hours isn’t the answer. And you can’t magically squeeze more hours from your day. So, how can you adapt to get more done?
Here's a 10-tip checklist to ensure all your print projects are perfect…
01. Avoid gimmickry at all costs
1. Brand or BE branded!
Whether you like it or not, you’ve got a brand. Your brand is what people say about you when you’re not in the room, it’s what comes to mind when people think about you, and it’s how people describe you to their friends.
A penny saved is a penny earned." - Benjamin Franklin (One of the Founding Fathers of the United States)
One of the primary concerns of most businesses and organisations is
Everyone says you absolutely need to build a personal brand. But do you, really? Here are five things to consider.
Personal Branding Tip 1: Do Your Research First
Commit to a niche--but choose one you can actually win.
What do you want to be known for? What sets you apart from other established influencers in the same space (e.g., maybe they're all super smart but really boring)? How are you going to be memorable?