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Decide on Your Investment

Decide on Your Investment

When it comes to your personal brand, even though there may be some investments (you might decide it’s useful to create a personal website, for instance), the majority of your investment will be in the form of your time. For instance, you might decide to focus on building your network, creating content (such as launching a blog), or cultivating social proof.

It’s important to recognize that building a strong personal brand is a project that will take years to accomplish in the form you’d like.


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"Today a reader, tomorrow a leader." ~ Margaret Fuller

Your personal brand is your career insurance.

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