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Ever wonder if this personal branding stuff is a bunch of hooey? Maybe you are overwhelmed and think it's too hard to do. Or perhaps you feel you've tried personal branding and it doesn't work. Well, if any of these sound like you, then you need to watch this episode of Brand ME! with J.T. O'Donnell. In it, she shows you how failure to embrace personal branding has serious repercussions. She also shows you how the lack of personal branding can make you look like a nameless jar of peanut butter. From there, she walks you through the 3 core steps to effective personal branding so you can find a way to marketing your business-of-one effectively. In one hour, you'll be ready to take your personal brand to the next level. The new expectation is every professional know how to promote their personal brand. During each Brand ME! episode, you'll learn the tips and techniques necessary to make your brand stand out which will help you get recognized for your strengths and expertise. Watch » Brand ME! every Thursday at 1:00 PM ET


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