Our brand stories aren’t too different. We sometimes doubt them too. We doubt that they are still true to the same people who believed them just a short time ago. We doubt that people are paying attention to them. We doubt that they are making a difference to our customers and prospects, partners and employees.
A little doubt can be healty — it keeps us honest and sharp. But too much doubt can kill.
Take a look at your brand story again. See what about it is making you doubt. Ask yourself what your brand story sounds like from another point of view, another angle, from an outside perspective. Sometimes you may find something to improve. But I bet the excersize alone will make you feel better.
I have no doubt.
- What’s the inciting moment in your story? (brandtelling.com)
- What are the five things you need in your brand story? (brandtelling.com)
About Arthur Germain
Arthur Germain, Principal & Chief Brandteller of Communication Strategy Group is the curator and main blogger for Brandtelling, a blog about Brand+Storytelling.