Weeks later, after an unexpected turn of events (thanks COVID-19), you get an email back saying that the program you've been chirping on about for weeks is cancelled. To say you're bummed is an understatement.
Here's the thing about building a personal brand. When you first decide you're going to give yourself a professional makeover by going to ALL the events; connecting with ALL the right people; writing new articles for a blog EVERY week; cleaning up your social media (and maybe even joining NEW platforms) ... it can be quite exciting, right!?
I want to help you consider where the best places are for you to SHINE and to build an epic online #PersonalBrand are, including some neat tricks, tips and hacks that I've learned myself along the way.
The boundaries that once distinguished personal and professional personas are now blurred. Which makes it more challenging to maintain a balance between the two.
Arianna is arguably one of the most well-known individuals in the business-world. And in the world of ‘personal brands’ - she may have one of the most solid.
Once you hit university you start to realise just how important building your personal brand is - your reputation online, offline and in person becomes one of the stepping stones to a successful career.
Your personal brand is that “thing” which arrives wherever you go before you do and remains after you are gone. It’s how people talk about you and the traits and characteristics you are known and remembered for.
We went out into the wild and asked three awesome industry legends "What do you do regularly to improve your online brand?" Here's what they had to say.
An online audit will give you the opportunity to take stock of what others can read about you online, so that you can work out what to remove and what to add in, to make sure that it is an accurate and authentic representation of you.