Posts tagged authority branding
Practice Universal Laws: What Goes Around Comes Around

There are certain Universal Laws that always ring true. But, we continue to fight and deny them. One is “you reap what you sow.” If your personal brand (reputation) is steeped in generosity, giving and empowering, that is what will come back your way.

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Be Visible, Not Perfect: Two Unconventional Strategies for Igniting Your Personal Power and Wrapping Every Audience Neatly Around your Finger!

They say the quickest way to elevate your visibility, is through public speaking. For some reason, when you are on a stage, people are able to connect on a deeper level and develop the “know, like a trust factor must quicker.” In fact, often within moments, audience members can assess whether you are somebody they would like to get to know better. 


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Unapologetic Ambition: Three Strategies for Becoming Fearless in Your Pursuit of The Next Level

One day you will absolutely get sick and tired of playing small. Watching others scale up the ladder, take credit for your ideas and pursue their deepest desires without an ounce of fear about what anyone thinks. That’s when your unapologetic ambition needs to kick in.

Make that day, today.

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Elevate Your Mindset: Think Like an Industry Thought Leader

After 10 years of running a full-service Personal Branding + Elevation Agency, one thing has become abundantly clear. If your mindset doesn’t match your vision, you will never attract the level of success you desire to.

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The Intrapreneur: How to Be the Boss, Even When You Aren't!

Have you ever heard the term intrapreneur? According to the dictionary it is: a manager within a company who promotes innovative product development and marketing.

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Control Your Narrative, Before Someone Else Does!

When we began working together, I helped him recognize the immense value he brought to the organization and the value he brought to the table. So he started owning the fact that he has spearheaded Thought Leadership within the organization for  over five years and never recognized it.

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