Congratulations, you made it to the final section of the course. I want to leave you with some lessons that I have learned over the past few years that I think could be helpful to you. Number one, hands-on experience will always be better than reading any books or taking any course. Everyone's approach to building their own brand will be different, and there surely isn't a right or wrong way to do it. There's slower or faster way. Use these lessons as guiding principles for you during your own journey and add your own twist to it based on your own experience.
Number two, work at your own pace and do not feel discouraged because someone else is doing something faster or better. Faster doesn't always mean better, and sometimes, it's better to navigate through the process in a pace that allows you to think logically and look out for mistakes early on. Number three, surround yourself with people and brands that inspire you. Off the access of all the free resources online, you should observe how other people achieve different objectives and learn from their successes or failures.
, Oftentimes, I will take inspirations from companies entirely different than what my brand is and see how they communicate to their customers or design their marketing offer, or even how they present the products through unique packaging. The more successful brands and people that you expose yourself to, the faster that you'll be able to learn to get similar results. I hope my course has given you valuable insights on how brands develop their products that you use everyday, and you learned the lessons to eventually do the same for yourself.
My name is Jason Wong and it has been a pleasure to be your instructor for this class. You can find me on my Instagram, @pug, or work with my company at wonghaus.com. Bye now.