Category Archives: Personal branding
Personal branding is about finding out who you are and craft your career around the true you. It’s also about constantly improving your brand.
The difference between having a stunning personal brand, and having a standard personal reputation, is a clearly defined strategy to elevate your brand image.
Finding a job is almost never a painless process. According to a new eye-tracking study by The Ladders, your resume might only get six seconds of a recruiter’s time, but submitting a well-composed cover letter that appropriately highlights your strengths could be what gets your application into the “Yes” pile.
The other day, I wrote about how to create a strong one sheet for yourself or your business. A shiny one sheet could as well be the missing piece in your personal branding puzzle, and it sure comes in handy when you need to promote yourself and your services in a way that attracts new clients.
Do you use a one sheet when promoting yourself or your services? If not, perhaps you should add it to your self promoting kit. Teamed up with your resume and cover letter, a shiny one sheet could be the missing piece in your personal branding puzzle.
Sometimes even the most fancy academic degree is outsmarted by lessons you’ve learned in life. Today’s post by Australian based Jeszlene Zhou from the blog First Comms Job proves that it’s true. Read on to learn what a job in an Irish pub taught Jesz about communication.