News and Articles About Personal Branding
The former star of The Real Housewives of New York City slowly built up a name that she now uses for many products.
Silence speaks louder than words, and static sells more records than a song.
There's no separating yourself from your business when you're an entrepreneur. Use that to your advantage.
Brands including Oreos, Pizza Hut and Wendy's weren't on Moosylvania's list of top millennial brands last year, but they are this year.
You could get passed over on LinkedIn if your headshot stinks. Put your best face forward on the popular professional networking hub by not making these common and comical profile faux pas.
Author Dan Schawbel on why personal branding is the best place to invest.
Talking yourself out of pursuing your dream is not the same as being prudent.
Remember that serious entrepreneurs and small business owners focus on developing and marketing their products and services, not themselves.
You drive performance. You drive results. You drive your business. But what does the vehicle you drive say about you?
Public-relations expert Sabrina Horn discusses why founders should not just focus on building up their startup brand.
When we teach our children the value and fragility of their personal reputation they learn who they are, regardless of what others think.
The recently-deceased comedian taught a brilliant lesson about personal branding that we should all take to heart.
YouTube is an untapped opportunity for personal promotion. Here are some tips for doing it right.
Spruce up your professional marketing techniques -- for your career prospects and your company's sake.
Here are six tips to achieve your objectives both at home and at work.
Often entrepreneurs begin their startup dreams working on a side project while also juggling a full-time job. Here are a few pointers about how can entrepreneurs talk about their new role without jeopardizing their current job.
You do not need to be a meth kingpin to know something about building an empire, but you could definitely learn from one.
The foundation for a strong personal brand is seeing yourself as others do and sincerely living your values.
If you want to move beyond others preconceived notions about you, ask yourself these questions.
The popular images of what makes for success is really a recipe for burnout that successful people know to avoid.
The game of business has changed. Cultivating your personal brand is the cornerstone of success.
Social media is not just about posting your favorite quotes, photos or links. To succeed, you need to interact on a much more personal level.
Building your own brand can do wonders for your business. Here are three quick tips to get your started.
When you feel uncertain, put on your good clothes, stand straight and say something nice to somebody. Works like a charm.
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