5 Questions to Ask Yourself to Build a Personal Brand
By Jeff Altman, The Big Game Hunter
If you want to build a personal brand (and you should) here are 5 questions to ask yourself.
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Creating a personal brand requires some thought and reflection. What sets me apart from others in my field? What do I want to be known for? Who’s my target audience? What are my unique skills and strengths? What are my beliefs? Answer those questions for yourself and then start thinking about taking action.
Getting known takes time. Don’t expect it’s going to be an instantaneous process because it won’t be. But make the investment now when you’re not looking for work, so that when you are people want to talk to you. When you’re not looking for work, opportunities come to you.
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I like how you pronounce your “s” like an “sh”.
I recorded that a day or two after major dental work while getting used to a temporary “applicance” in my mouth. I didn’t want to interrupt offering info to people. As you can see, I have been doing it for a long time. And after the work, not everything is coming out correctly. I hope it wasn’t too annoying.