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5+2 ways to market your brand

5 + 2 Proven Ways to Market Your Brand

There Are More Than 5 Ways to Market Your Brand. Which One Will You Choose? How’s business been? Are you making as much as you would like? Is it growing? No? Yes? Maybe? Hardly? Regardless of your answer, there is one thing your brand needs if it’s going to captivate the imagination of people and…

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MARKETING YOUR SELF YOUR X FACTOR

What Marketing Method is Right for Your Personal Brand?

How to Build a Marketing System that Flows with Your X-Factor Truth be told, I’m a sucker for keeping things in flow: using my clients’ natural skills, attributes, brilliance – yup, their X-factor – to build a system that fits THEM. I believe one of the main reasons so many people don’t do anything about…

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How to make people fall in love with your personal brand

Creating a Devoted Fan Base for Your Personal Brand

This is How You Can Get to Know Your Brand (and Create a Devoted Fan Base for Your Brand!) So, here’s a question for you… How do you know your brand? What does that even mean? Well, knowing your brand means that every morning when you hop out of bed and put your socks on…

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Knowing Your Competition for Your X-Factor

What Every Business Owner and Entrepreneur Should Know About the Competition It’s something your business is engaged in every single day, without fail. It doesn’t matter who you are or what you do – there will almost always be competition of some sort (unless you’re in a totally-out-of-the-box business, like that one guy whose was…

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branding your x factor

Why You Will Never Have A Great Career

If you’ve been telling yourself that if you: “Only work hard enough” or “Only become lucky enough” then you will reach your grandest vision for your career… then think again.  Inspiration by Larry Smith… a great TED Talk  So, what is your excuse for not pursuing your passion?     ______________________________________________________ Wondering who is Runa…

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6 “Nearly Fine” Ways (and one unique “twist”) to Discover Your X-Factor’s Target Groups

6 “Nearly Fine” Ways to Discover Your X-Factor’s Target Groups (and one Unique “twist”) So…here’s a question for you: do you know what your target group is? I mean the group of people who will really “click” with your X-factor – the people who will feel at home with that special thing that makes you – you, your…

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Embrace Your Every Thought... Runa Magnus

The Secret to Happiness – Boosting Your Personal Brand

Are you loving your work and delivering happiness in everything you do? Being seen as a happy personal brand is an attribute I often see people have mixed feelings about.  Loving my work and being happy and deliving happiness is one of my core brand attribute. Inspirational Tips from Ian Young I asked my fellow…

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Loving Yourself – Loving Your Work

Loving yourself and loving your life… a topic my friend The UK Body & Mind Top Trainer Penny Beale is THE expert in.  In fact, for me Penny’s personal brand is all about how you can build confidence and build your self esteem at the same time by loving your body.   Every time I talk to…

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Boring, boring, boring elevator pitches | Personal Branding

Creating boring elevator pitches, is that really the thing? Elevator pitches… heard of them? You know the pitch the biz experts tell you draw up, memorize and deliver every single time you meet a possible client? I do agree with those experts, it is absolutely vitally important for you to know how to communicate your…

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Climbing the corporate ladder

5 Keys To Market Your Small Business [Infographic]

Can Authentic Personal Branding be the Key to Market Your Small Business?  Have you’ve been asking yourself: How can I, as a heart-centered business owner, build a sustainable small business, make a difference in this world AND at the same time make a good living by simply loving my work?  Is there a way to…

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