WHAT’S ON TAP?
We all know that crabby-pants person we try to avoid. Chances are YOU have been that person a time or two in your life too. The ways we behave, look and sound impact how others perceive us and are all a direct part of our personal brand. There are several elements at play in our personal brand that have the power to affect our relationships, happiness, health and career success. If you struggle with sales, getting a promotion, creating connections at work or at home or you notice people avoiding you, chances are your personal brand needs an overhaul. In this episode I will share some red flags that could be telling you it’s time for some changes. We will also discuss ways to spin your personal brand for success in your work and life.
Here are some red flags that might tell you your personal brand needs some work:
- You have a hard time making friends or connecting with others.
- People make excuses to NOT hang out with you.
- You are stuck in your job despite feeling like you deserve more recognition or a promotion.
Here are some ways to re-position your personal brand for professional success:
- Connect with others by telling stories and creating personal engagement.
- Help others through joining groups or volunteering for charitable organizations.
- Pull yourself together in your behaviors, appearance and habits.
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