Another Thing I Think I Know About Personal Branding
My point-of-view matters.
Who am I?
Why am I here?
These questions matter to my personal brand.
The answers not so much. It’s not really about them. My value lies in the asking, in the questions.
Exploring my distinct point-of-view is good for me, and it’s good for business.
For knowing I matter matters deeply.
I am contributing to my brand’s wealth whenever I focus on discovering more about what makes me uniquely and invaluably me.
I can hear my point-of-view when I listen inwards, and when I listen to what is reflected back at me by my marketplace and my community.
Through these acts of asking and listening, I am uncovering my voice, and what’s inside of me and my brand. I am coming to understand why my point of view matters.
The more I grow to I understand my voice, the more clearly I can communicate it, and the better you can connect with it.
It’s brand magic. Made by me and my curiosity towards how I uniquely add value to the world.