In “Display of Power: How FUBU Changed a World of Fashion, Branding and Lifestyle, ” Daymond John (Founder and CEO) gets to the heart of his unlikely run . In the end, it all comes down to power, only here I’m not just talking about the power to buy and sell, or to hire and fire, or to beat on someone. Daymond John was inexperienced. He was uneducated. With no formal business training to speak of, he was just a hustler from Hollis with a.
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Loved the fact that the book was written in such a way that I actually felt as if John was speaking to me in his own voice and not in some sanitized tone that a faceless publisher wanted in order to make the story more palatable.
Display of Power : How Fubu Changed A World of Fashion, Branding, and Lifestyle
With no formal business training to speak of, he was just a hustler from Hollis with a pipedream of making it big. If you want to own your own business, or if you’re a veteran executive who wants to know the mindset of this changing world, Daymond walks you through in Display of Power.
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Display of power : how FUBU changed a world of fashion, branding and lifestyle
Born of humble means in Queens, New York, John has gone on to build a multimillion-dollar business and develop himself as a celebrity icon. This was the catalyst behind the entire Hip-Hop community supporting the new brand and instantly giving it credibility. His book, Display of Powerchronicles his rise to power and fame, and strives to inspire other young entrepreneurs to pursue their dreams.
One modern-day entrepreneur who has heeded this advice is Daymond John, creator of FUBU, the young, urban male fashion line.
Being surrounded in this influential neighborhood helped spur the inspiration for his clothing line that would ultimately change the fashion world. May 11, Ana Maria rated it really liked it. More than just another amazing American success story, Display of Power tells how four ordinary guys from Queens, New York, rose from street corners to corner offices and became the greatest trendsetters of our generation.
The brand’s success reaches across the globe to more then 60 countries. Sep 15, Corey Grant rated it really liked it. Home Contact Us Help Free delivery worldwide. The difference between all of us is opportunities or created opportunities. Book ratings by Goodreads. disp,ay
If you want to own your own business, or if you’re a veteran executive who wants daymoond know the mindset of this changing world, Daymond walks you through in Display of Power. Open Preview See a Problem?
This brief glimpse into his life and mind is also a look at the new generation of CEOs. Daymond John’s story is an inspiration to businessmen and women worldwide.
Display of Power
The brand’s success reaches across the globe to more then 60 countries. This novel by John was a decent read. Excellent book for anyone thinking of starting a business.
Timothy Bove rated it liked it Apr 30, Always interested in hip-hop and the latest fashion, John got his break selling “urban clothes” at hip hop tours, introducing New York style and trends to the rest of the country. An inspirational tale for any reader, John specifically reaches out to aspiring black entrepreneurs, showing them how they too can achieve their goals. For the most part is was poorly written and seemed more like ghetto bragging than anything meaningful.
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Preview — Display of Power by Daymond John. They created a distinctive logo and began sewing the FUBU logo on all sorts of apparel, including hockey jerseys, sweatshirts and t-shirts. If you have never experienced it then you will critique the book differently book you can’t deny the morals of his story. His first foray into the apparel market came when he wanted a tie-top hat he had seen in a popular music video but could not find one for a good price.
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Mahlon rated it liked it May 09, This brief glimpse into his life and mind is also a look at the new generation of CEOs. A distribution deal with Korean electronics manufacturer Samsung allowed their designs to be jphn and delivered on a massive scale.
John, with the help of collaborator Daniel Paisner, writes in colorful street language: