6 Ways To Brand Yourself More Effectively

by Paul Castain on February 9, 2013

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There was a time when I had no use for the term “Personal Branding”.

Truth be told, I thought it was yet another one of those “let’s beat this to death phrases” like “I’m a consultant” and “value added” until . . .

I had something happen to me back in 2008 that made me wake up start my “Castain 2.0” journey.

This week, we’re going to talk about lots of things you can do, right now, to create a more memorable brand and one more thing . . .

Your competitor loves it when you think this branding stuff is marketing’s problem.

Here’s What You’ll Gain By Listening Today . . .

How to get inside your prospect’s head and understand them like no one else can.

The 20-25 questions you must be able to answer

The importance of creating and/or curating content

The importance of having a “main thing” and a really cool question you can ask yourself to help define it!

Why you must “show up” regularly

Why repetition is the mother of brand

The 6 judgments of brand (in other words . . . 6 ways YOU will be judged)

Additional Resources To Support Today’s Podcast . . .

1)   My “Castain 2.0” journey explained.

2)    How you might be “Dis’n” your brand.

3)   The importance of “showing up”.

4)    Is your brand a “Bitchin Kitchen”?

5)    Your brand and the “stages” you build.

6)    Think before you post.

7)    At the end of the podcast I mention our upcoming, online sales management course. Details here.

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