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4M Branding – Now available on Kindle and Amazon CreateSpace paperback!

The 4M Personal Branding system is now available on Amazon Kindle and in paperback using the Amazon CreateSpace on-demand printing service. The book¬†provides you with a step-by-step guide to defining, communicating, monetizing and growing your personal brand. Practical, real-life examples combined with hands-on exercises and online resources will guide you through each aspect of your … Continue reading

Ultimate resume brand control – the infographic resume

You have tweaked, fine-tuned, edited, and massaged your resume to perfection. Each job description includes quantitative, concrete results, the intro starts off ¬†with a memorable value proposition and tag line, and everything from layout to the choice of font and colors is spot on. There’s just one problem. No matter how great the contents, your … Continue reading

Micro-targeting your brand pitch – The merits of pinpoint linguistic accuracy

Some instances of personal brand communication require an advanced form of micro-targeting and customization of your pitch. For example, you might be planning a potentially career-changing presentation to the executive board of your company, are about to pitch an important client, or are preparing a heavily customized resume and cover letter to the prospective employer … Continue reading

Situational value propositions – Leveraging neuroscience to make your brand memorable

One of the important memory systems in the brain is called episodic memory. It creates a mental map of events, places, times, and associated emotions. This type of memory is extremely powerful, automatically engaged and can readily be leveraged for boosting learning and recall. You may have experienced the power of episodic memory by revisiting … Continue reading

Supercharge your Referral Network: Help Them Help You with TVPs

One of the memorable scenes from the mid-90s hit Jerry Maguire was Tom Cruise’s emphatic appeal to his prospective client “Help Me …. Help YOU!” Put yourself in Tom Cruise’s / Jerry Maguire’s shoes for a moment, but imagine yourself to be the superstar athlete with lots of undiscovered potential – and Jerry is your … Continue reading