Rivell Daniels says that there are several steps to creating a memorable brand, whether it’s for a new network or a candidate newly on the market for a job.
I’m pretty sure that most of my audience is out shopping or enjoying time with family today. So my post is simply a re-post of a great article by Deborah Shane, writing for the Personal Branding blog. Enjoy! http://bit.ly/tVfwMD
You put a lot of thought into your resume. What serious job applicant wouldn’t? All the information you want potential employers to see about you is in there – your job qualifications, your experience, your education, your skills, your interests, your references. It’s all there – tied up in one neat package. But your resume is more than just a collection of dates, places, and facts. It is the self-portrait that you put on display for the world to see. It is the face you show to people who have never met you before. It is you.
The beginning of the calendar year is a natural time to reflect on what you’ve accomplished and what you’d rather change about yourself. Here are some questions to ask about your personal brand.