Everyone is looking for a better chance for education, work, development which can all sum up for “a better chance for life”. But the circumstances now are more challenging than ever! The world economy is going down, oil prices are falling, systems are changing at the speed of light, companies are shutting down and a new start-up is built every 48 hours! Competition is very high and there’s a real war for talent out there! And because you are “the average of the five people you spend the most time with” (Jim Rohn), the possibility of you getting your dream job that offers you fulfillment, development, and meaning can be really low.. unless you make it!
A great deal of your personal brand is influenced by your contribution on social media. Since everything we do is public and just “out there”, it might seem so hard to keep up with the excessive activity and pay attention to every single like and share on social media because it might harm our personal brand. Here’s a list of things to avoid in order to maintain a good brand.
Personal branding is the act of marketing your talents, skills and experiences to communicate the value of your work. It’s a promise of what people will receive if they choose you to work with. And since we now live in an open digital world where everything we do is monitored, our online presence and contribution on social media play a big role in building our personal brands. So here are some that tips you can use to promote your social media for Personal branding:
Building and polishing your personal brand doesn’t happen overnight. It requires dedicated effort,
singular devotion and a consistent ability for learning to keep influencing it every single day. That
being said, here are six things that your brand has to be characterized by.
So you didn’t like your job and your workplace environment was so negative and stressful that
quitting seemed the only option to keep your sanity. You left your job and spent plenty of time
looking for another but yet, nothing seems to show up in the horizon. Or you hate both your job
and your workplace environment but you don’t consider quitting because your chances of getting
hired on the terms that offer you financial and career satisfaction are almost zero because only
high-stress-level and blood-sucking companies are there.
While some people sometimes define a brand as the idea or logo that represents a certain
product offered by some company and branding as the marketing practice that allows that
product to be recognized by more people, there seem to be much more beyond the common
definitions of these two terms. When you’re branding a product, you’re communicating the value
of your product.