A Single Question Can Help You Identify Your Personal Brand

You don’t have a brand; you are a brand.

When was the last time you thought about your personal brand? If you think personal branding is just for influencers, think again. A strong brand can serve as a stepping stone to a variety of opportunities: expanding your network, attracting clients or customers, creating a community of like-minded colleagues, or even…

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I’m a marketing leader who specializes in connecting with online communities in meaningful ways.

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