How to build a simple personal Brand? TATS PODCAST | S2E169
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Personal branding can be a powerful tool for successful career advancing. Use these tips to develop skills to increase your potential of standing out in today's competitive environment.
Just like a company, you need various items to market yourself to recruiters, contacts and admission committees. These items include resume, cv, business cards voicemail messages etc.
Be vigilant your online identity, as most people google each other. Think before clicking and posting, and be aware of the permanency of the online world. Always be presenting your best self with the use of online tools:
Your ideas, ambitions and experiences will evolve. Your personal brand should keep up with these changes. Regularly revisit and reassess your brand so it aligns with your personal goals.
Your personal appearance should match the image you want to project. Dress with clothes that are appropiate for your desired industry and have a couple of outfits that look good on you and are appropiate for a job interview.
Personal branding is about managing your name — even if you don’t own a business — in a world of misinformation, disinformation, and semi-permanent Google records. Going on a date? Chances are that your “blind” date has Googled your name. Going to a job interview? Ditto.
To make a successful personal brand you have to ask yourself who you are and what you want. What are your passions? best qualities? greatest achievements?
Rememeber that "Personal branding is not simply a cosmetic exercise but instead a process that helps to develop skills that increase the potential of standing out in the crowded job market
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