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Monday, September 5, 2011

Would You Like To Build Your Personal Brand? (Video)

To change careers as an older professional or simply get a job, you need to learn how to do some personal branding.  Before you start, there are 5 crucial questions you MUST ask yourself.  In today's world knowing your personal brand allows you to present yourself  in terms that potential employers can understand.To see what they are, watch this video:


Anonymous said...

Thought it was very good advice and the simplicity of the message drove it home. Well done.

Anonymous said...

Thank you, this was well presented and allows the soul-searching for results.

Anonymous said...

Thank you for your advice. I think it will be very helpful in communicating my value to a prospective employer.

Anonymous said...

Crisp, clear, and spot on. Thanks!

Anonymous said...

Dear Ladies & Gentlemen
We are a group of investors who are going to hit the restaurant business field in Egypt & We are already a head with the most of the scratch project process and I am representing My Partners as project consultant & Director of operation for the group, it has been so long since we have been built our experience, and researches & seems like we are now able to do so,
As you may need to know, we have been helping a number of organizations with significant challenges as part of their executive team.
Now that time has come to move on, I was wondering if you could help us to identify contacts that we can approach at the restaurants franchisee ventures, where we can combine our needs with to their demands.
Our success will depend on what we can get through this. I would greatly appreciate any ideas, recommendations, or referrals you could offer. Assured that I would happily do the same for you if the situation ever arises.
Thanks & Regards
Sherif Mousa
E-Mail sherif-mousa@live.com
Mobile +201061079716

Janice said...

I love the boiled down approach to sifting through the recessed of our minds to get to the "golden nuggets" that hiring managers are looking for. Oh...if only it was that easy! I'm in my mid-50's with over 30 years of experience in "real world work place." My problem is that I've always adapted to whatever position I was in, out of necessity to provide for my family. I've done everything from cleaning stalls to selling insurance. And...after having a taste of being an independent business owner, www.mobeatblues.com, and being a professional with integrity, the whole process of getting hiring seems overwhelmingly daunting!

What's a mature, responsible, highly talented, technologically inclined, productive, professional woman that has no fear of change and personal development to do?

Anonymous said...

Thank you Kristidaeda. I really value what you presented here!

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