Whenever I’m explaining the concept of personal branding, I always end up talking about Jerry Maguire. Yes, before Tom Cruise jumped on Oprah’s couch and became the perpetual butt of Hollywood’s joke, he starred in one of my all-time-ever favorite movies. He played the title role, Jerry Maguire, a sports agent who has a breakdown breakthrough that leads to him leaving his cushy job and heading out on his own. He takes with him a fish, a humble secretary, and one client. So, where does personal branding come in?
Movies are seen as a means of relaxation or entertainment, and kicking back to watch the latest blockbuster is a good way to wind down after a hard day. Whether we come away entertained or informed, movies offer us something to enrich our lives, but can they offer more than just what we see at face value?
What exactly is a Plan B? The term represents an alternate road to travel, if the path you are taking is leading nowhere – a backup plan. It’s always good to have a Plan B if you find that your work choices are just not working out. You should always have a Plan B, and as long as you do, you’ll always be at the ready. If working at home is your dream, starting to implement your Plan B now, will pay big dividends, and you'll be ready to work at home today.
After working at a company for 10 years, would you openly bash them and tell people not to take their business there? That's just what 'Two and a Half Men' star Angus T. Jones is doing. But is this stunt killing his career? The 19-year-old, who has played the role of Jake Harper since he was eight, urges viewers to stop watching the show - despite earning a hefty $350,000 per episode. According to Fox News, the actor said that he no longer wants to be a part of the show anymore, saying that it's "filth." "People say it’s just entertainment," he said in a new video for the Forerunner Christian Church. "Do some research on the effects of television and your brain, and I promise you you’ll have a decision to make when it comes to television, especially with what you watch." After causing quite the ruckus about the popular show, Jones has been called the "anti-Sheen" for standing up for his religious beliefs and putting his career at risk. But the question is, how will this move affect Jones's future? Will this stunt help him stand out as an actor or will it end up killing his career? What do you think? Please take our poll, and tell us what you think in the comment section below! [poll id="99"]
When it comes to motivational speakers and self-help gurus, there are usually two schools of thought out there. One group of people tend to be intrigued by the prospect and are more likely to look further into the subject, while the other group considers it all snake-oil and stays away from it. So, who's right about a guy like Anthony Robbins?