Tell me the one word that sums up your personal brand


As 2010 starts to wind down you are probably spending some time reflecting on the past year.

What was your biggest success ?

What was the best decision that you made?

What one word best describes the year for you?

You might never have asked yourself questions like these before. But they are part of what you need to be asking yourself so that you can wrap up 2010 positively with no fear of leaving anything unfinished, bid the year a fond farewell and then move forward in to 2011 with excitement and openess to what is going to be possible.

I firmly believe that 2011 is going to be a year full of fantastic opportunities for those who are ready and open to being the best personal brands they can be. In fact I am so excited that I am going to be running a very special program starting just before the holiday break that will help you identify the good things about 2010 that can set you up for a fantastic 2011.

The "Review Your Year with No Fear" program is going to delivered virtually via e-mail and blog FREE! as my gift to you – no charge, no hidden extras, no small print, yours to take advantage of and also pass on to anyone else you feel might benefit.

There is going to be a optional 3 month follow up coaching program starting on January 1st 2011 "Get Your Year into Action", open to a limited number of people, which will take the work you do with the earlier program and set some objectives, goals and actions to make 2011 your best year ever.

Details of both programs will be coming out shortly, to be on that announcement send an e-mail with "Best Year Ever" in the subject line to [email protected]

My one word for 2010 is "HEALTH"

What one word sums up 2010 for you – take a moment to add your toonies worth in the comments section.



11 thoughts on “Tell me the one word that sums up your personal brand”

  1. Looking forward to seeing you new program, Paul ๐Ÿ™‚
    I’m sure that you will make it a Success!
    Self-descriptive words? “Collaboration”, for helping others, and “Self-Actualization”, for engaging in more Public Speaking opportunities ๐Ÿ™‚
    Merry Christmas everyone,

  2. Great question Paul, it really made me reflect back on what an amazing year 2010 has been. The answer:
    This year I stepped outside of my element and learned to do two things I have always wanted to do 1) windsurf and 2) sing in public. These accomplishments topped the year’s list of activities, and have inspired me to challenge myself again in 2011 and experience the joy found in going outside ones comfort zone.

  3. What was my biggest success?
    – being given the opportunity to work again for a excellent boss.
    What was the best decision you made?
    – choosing to work in a new industry
    What one word best describes the year for you?
    – unexpected

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