#1 Trait of Successful Executives
I often get asked this question by executives looking for their next opportunity, “What can I do to differentiate myself?” My answer is three little words: Create online authority. Today’s executive is a multi-million dollar brand that needs to showcase their expertise in the form of a platform that educates others on their value. Resumes and bios are useless. They all look the same. Instead, savvy executives are carving out a niche for themselves and attracting better the attention of Private Equity, Venture Capital, and Executive Search firms by creating online content that proves their authority in their space. Using their industry knowledge and problem solving expertise, they share insights that prove beyond a shadow of a doubt that they are exceptional at what they do. The result is companies knocking on their door asking them for advice and offering them unparalleled career opportunities.

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