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Today, you hear a lot around the concept of "personal branding" and the need to promote yourself.

But, most of us don't want to look like a narcissistic pontificator. Unfortunately, as a result, lots of people are hurting their careers by failing to showcase themselves properly as a practitioner in their profession.

In this video, J.T. explains why knowing how to properly position yourself as a practitioner is one of the most important things you can do for your career. Especially, on platforms like LinkedIn. Otherwise, you put your career at risk during times of change. Your network is your network. Which means, knowing the right way to teach you network about your skills and abilities is the secret to getting (and keeping!) the best job opportunities.

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