When I explain to my teenage students that they have 7 seconds to make a first impression they catch on fast. They understand they are their brand and represent themselves authentically on stage. They use their clothes, posture, and vocal tone consistently for impact. They get personal branding far better than the previous generation who seem to have a hangover from the days when jeans were loose and t-shirts were large. We all know it's important but how do we make personal branding work for us. Last year I heard Australia's leading personal brand expert Collete Werden share her secrets at Sydney's Wired for Wonder conference and came back inspired.More ?
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