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  • That is actually a solid idea. I think it would be great to do an episode on brand strategy that helps remove the “abstract” from it.

  • Thank you. Much appreciated.

  • : ) Yeah – I like it without the timer too. Lot less stress. I can breath more.

  • Glad you like it. That is our goal – to have our viewers drive the show.
    Keep on giving us feedback!

  • i meant the former but both would be cool… come to think of it, theres a part in the documentary “the greatest movie ever sold” where they break down morgan’s personal brand and advise him to contact potential sponsors of similar attributes… interesting excercise

  • Are you referring to me repeating the topic and the questions at the beginning?

  • I agree. You are saying to show the difference between styles based on the attributes that describe them? Or how to decide of visual language based on “brand attributes”? That is a great episode idea.

  • great episode. really appreciate that you’re listened to your viewers and put changes into life in just one week.

  • Great show fellas I will say that I like it without the timer.

  • Great video !

  • I wish you had put up a single slide grid of icons of the same item in different styles … here’s the thing Jose, maybe you and Aure know exactly what simple and bubbly and corporate means but you gotta remember not all of us are wired into the visual language as you are…

  • Too much repeating the same info. What…is there an echo in here?