Brand Building – When Traction Happens

Last week, I was waiting in the Whole Foods checkout line and glanced over at the magazine rack. (Actually, I am one of the few people who loves waiting in certain checkout lines. Stores with a healthy variety of reading options earn my patience.)

I couldn’t help but fall in love with RealSimple‘s May 2011 cover.

Do you think they saw my book cover and found inspiration? Imitation is truly the greatest form of flattery.

Energizing your life and your business have become part of the zeitgeist. Let the brand traction continue.

Energize Your Life RealSimple cover Book cover 400 dps

copyright 2011, Lisa Nirell. All rights reserved.

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