Have you got a personal brand? Are you proud of it?
In 10 years’ time, imagine you’re going to a brilliant dinner party, you know nobody else there apart from the host.
The host introduces you and says “this is so and so he’s really famous for” or “she’s really good at”. These words define your personal brand.
It’s our way of sort of marketing ourselves to others, but have you assessed it?
Who could tell you how you’re doing? Where have you fallen down that you need to work on?
1. Do as you say you’re going to do make good on your promises
2. Under-promise, over-deliver and always deliver on time.
3. Don’t measure yourself by what you’ve accomplished but by what you know you can do with your abilities.
4. You can’t make up for poor effort today by working harder tomorrow.
5. If you’re not making mistakes, you’re not trying hard enough or doing anything to push yourself.
6. You’re not a failure until you start to blame others for your mistakes. Failure can’t be passed off to somebody else.
7. Don’t be vulnerable to praise or criticism from others
8. Define your values, live them and test them
And Warren Buffett said “It takes 20 years to build a reputation, five minutes to ruin it. Maybe less
If you think about that more, you will do things differently.
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