How To Brand Yourself on LinkedIn

Welcome Start Your Thing Listeners!

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Thanks for listening to the podcast at Start Your Thing and heading on over here. Personal branding must be important to you for you to listen all the way to the end so I really appreciate your stopping by.

If you came here some other way and have not had the chance to hear the podcast, head back over to the Start Your Thing website here: Start Your Thing - Episode 9 - Paul Copcutt

or you can go straight to iTunes and download it right here - iTunes - Start Your Thing - Episode

One of the most critical aspects of understanding the core foundation of your personal brand is clearly stating AND defining your Values. You can do all of that by downloading the EvalYOUation assessment right here:  EvalYOUation Exercise

Below are some other recommended books / reading;

Tom Peters - Brand You 50

A Whole New Mind - Dan Pink - the new world of work explained.

Drive - Dan Pink - what motivates people at work.

Strengthsfinder 2.0 - Tom Rath - identify your top 5 unique strengths.

Never Eat Alone - Keith Ferrazzi - great book on networking

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Wishing you continued, brandtastic success and take care.

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