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By J.T. O'Donnell Anyone who knows me knows my favorite subject to talk about is career identity. I have been studying the subject full-time for 8 years. I've written papers, posts and publications on the subject. I've done numerous trainings, seminars and presentations to 1000's of people. In short, countless hours have been spent exploring this and I still never get tired of it. That's why I can't wait to meet Thomas Parry and the rest of the Linking the Upstate crew this week in Greenville. I'll be presenting there and talking about critical skills needed today to help you create your career identity (a.k.a. your personal brand). In fact, yesterday I even did a web interview with Channel 7 news anchor Amy Wood. And speaking of strong career identities...Wow! Amy is a well-branded professional who has created her own web TV for work and a great blog for her viewers called The Ribbit. Here's the interview... So, if you are in or near Greenville, please come join me for a powerful discussion on how to take control of your career identity! AND, if you aren't near Greenville but would like information on how we can bring this program to your neck of the woods, send us an e-mail at info@workitdaily.com and we'll talk - like I said, I never miss a chance to talk about career identity!
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