Darren Doane and Nathan Spearing discussing brand building.

Ep. 30 | Building Strong Brands Through Hustle and Persistence with Darren Doane

Darren Doane is brand architect and filmmaker whose portfolio includes work for Toyota, Shinedown, Jimmy John’s, Zac Brown Band, and more. In this episode, Doane shares how having hustle enabled him to learn filmmaking, get a job without going to college, and even save his parents’ home from foreclosure. Nathan and Doane discuss what brand building really means, strategies for innovating as a business, and why Christians need to be more active on social media. This is an episode you don’t want to miss!

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Why Darren Doane Has a Unique Take on Business

It’s one thing to talk to another business owner about how they run their business, but it’s another thing to talk to someone who has repeatedly built successful brands from scratch. Darren Doane is an expert in branding and marketing, and I was excited to get his take on brand build.

Doane is An excellent example of someone who didn’t follow the traditional path of going to college before getting a job. He just started making things and learned as he went, and that led to more and more opportunities, and today he is a highly regarded brand strategist and architect. His story illustrates the power of just getting to work.

If you’re a small business owner or are thinking about starting a small business, this episode is for you. We discuss everything from branding to pricing jobs to social media and everything in between.

If you check out Darren Doane on social media, you’ll immediately notice that he is extremely active. In this episode, he also shares his his take on why Christians should be posting on social media more frequently and how social media proves whether or not you are a decision-maker. Overall this was a fascinating conversation and very thought-provoking for me, and I think it will be for you as well. Listen in and get to work on building something!

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