"Hollywood is a factory. You have to realize that you are working in a factory and you're part of the mechanism. If you break down, you'll be replaced." Mel Gibson
Imagine for a second that your "essence" represents a company. Your body is the factory, your thoughts are the blueprints, and the way you interact with others is your product. How would you set up your brand? What would make you a "marketable product"?
There are many easy ways to get noticed, your factory could alter its look to make it more attractive, the blueprints may represent the newest concepts on the market, but at the heart of it all, people will be looking to your product and will be looking at its core. How does your product work? Does it deliver efficiently and consistently, does it have any faults, what makes it tick?
In today's society, a person can become a brand just as easily as a company can. It is important to build that reputation, tie yourself to positive experiences. People will always remember how you made them feel. Go out of your way to bring a positive experience to their life. Make sure the product you offer is a positive one.
Question time: When watching the Toy Story original reel below, how does the different brand of Woody effect your feeling toward him?