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Branding Made Fun and Easy: Graphics Checklist for Thought Leaders and Entrepreneurs

Hey, friend! Thank you so much for joining me for the recap of my recent video on graphics to consider designing when developing your brand. I am your girl, Tiff, the hostess with the mostess of the Life Unscripted podcast by Organized Energy. If you haven't checked it out yet, what are you waiting for? Please do subscribe and give it a listen. I am also an author and have a line of books, products, and services under the title "Is This Thing On? Your Super Simple Guide to Planning, Launching, and Scaling Your Podcast." It's perfect for thought leaders, organizational leaders, and anyone with a story to tell and expertise to share. If you're passionate about something and want to brand yourself, market your products or services, or build a community, this guide is for you.

Today, I want to share a tip from one of the supplements to my book. It's called the Desktop Action and Accountability Tool. Think of it as an abbreviated, quick notes version of the book. This tool is perfect for those who want a quick summary of the action items from each chapter. So, if you're wondering where to begin after reading the book, this tool will help you. It's designed to be used daily, with each page offering a small action step that will gradually move you closer to your goals as you develop your brand.

Let's chat about which graphics you might want to consider designing as you begin to develop your brand.

Remember, you are a brand! It doesn't matter if you have a business or not. Whatever you want to be known for, whatever story you want to share, whatever expertise you possess, are part of your brand. Whether you're a professional, a thought leader, an organizational leader, a collector (be it postage stamps, rocks, or otherwise!), or an enthusiast, you can establish yourself as an authority in your field.

So, as you develop your brand strategy and aesthetics, here are some graphics you might want to create. Some you can do yourself, while others you might want to outsource to save time. Let's dive in!

1. Bio: Create a compelling bio that tells people who you are and what you're about. This is especially important if you're a leader, author, podcaster, or small business owner.

2. Brand Design Guidelines/Mood Board: Use these guidelines to establish the colors, fonts, imagery, vibes, and experiences that represent your brand. It helps designers and ensures consistency.

3. Podcast Cover Art: Design an eye-catching cover for your podcast. This is what people will see when browsing streaming platforms.

4. Book Cover Design: If you're aspiring to write a book, invest in a captivating cover design that grabs readers' attention.

5. Digital Email Signature: Ensure your email signature aligns with your brand. It should look professional and reflect your story, expertise, and passion.

6. Graphics for Videos: Consider creating trailers, thumbnails, and banners for your videos. Visuals make a big impact.

7. Social Media Profile Graphics: Design a profile image and banners that represent your brand on various social media platforms.

8. Templates for Content Posting: Create templates that reflect your brand for easy content posting on social media.

9. Logo: A logo is a crucial part of your brand identity. Design a logo that embodies your brand's essence.

10. Business Cards

11. Brochures

12. Rack Cards

13. Signage

14. Branded Merch

15. Landing Page

16. Media Kit

These are just a few graphics you might want to consider. For more detailed resources on graphic design, visit my website at You'll find everything you need to work smarter and not harder as a leader, storyteller, or brand builder. Join my mailing list at for resource tips and updates.

If you're interested, you can also grab your own copy of the Desktop Action and Accountability Tool or any of my books at

Remember, I'm here to help you on your journey. Let's work together and create something amazing.

I hope

this episode has provided you with valuable insights and inspiration for your journey.

If you have any suggestions or want to add to my list, please reach out to me through my social media pages or website.

I appreciate your support, and I'm excited to have you join me on the next episode.

Before we wrap up,

I want to remind you of two things:

First, if you're interested in launching your own podcast, check out my book, "Is This Thing On? The Super Simple Guide to Planning, Launching, and Scaling Your Podcast."

It's a great resource that provides valuable insights into networking, podcasting, branding, and more.

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Tiffany Williams has a corporate background and 21+ years experience as the founder of several startups over the years.

She is an Author, Podcast Hostess with the Mostess, Accountability Partner, Mentor & Trauma-Informed Certified Life Coach to executives, leaders, professionals, and students; a Consultant to Groups and Organizations, a Book Publisher and Inspirational, Motivational Keynote Speaker with a holistic approach to personal and professional development.

Tiffany is a passionate writer, corporate trainer, and presenter on topics such as: personal development, professional development, leadership development, brand development, holistic development, social-emotional wellness and development, youth development, organizational development, process development, purpose discovery, and platform (book writing and podcast launching) development.

Her passion and purpose is to help others discover and fulfill theirs.

As a mother, nature lover, vegan foodie, down-to-earth hipster who la-la-loves music and dancing with seemingly two left feet (lol), Tiffany carries love, light, and #goodvibes wherever she goes.

She believes in leading with both love and a listening ear.

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