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Publisher's Summary

Pardon me, your brand is showing!

Except maybe your brand, what you offer to others isn't clear at all. Maybe you've felt like your tongue got stuck in your throat at networking meetings when people asked, "So, what is it that you do?"

You never have to be caught in the headlights again.

Even better, you can create the kind of image for yourself that helps you lock down jobs, makes promotions a snap, and gain the respect of your peers.

You'll do that by taking a short and easy journey, guided gently by the hands of a pro who's worked with hundreds of people just like you.

Designed in workbook form, you'll learn the template for your own personal brand - crafting a brand that's in alignment with your goals.

Discover:

  • How to figure out what your personal brand truly is
  • Why your personal brand is vital to your career path
  • How to communicate and demonstrate your brand at work, on social media, and what other critical places you want to reinforce that branding
  • How to do damage control when you blunder (which will happen at some point)
  • How to reinvent and change your brand when your goals change

Don't get stuck in dead-end jobs or be overlooked anymore. When you complete this workbook, your own brand will pop out like the "S" on Superman's chest. You'll be comfortable telling others what you're all about. Best of all, your branding will be aligned with your dreams.

If you liked What Color Is My Parachute or No More Monday's: Fire Yourself-and Other Revolutionary Ways to Discover Your True Calling at Work, you'll want to add this book to your list.

©2014 Dorothy Tannahill-Moran (P)2016 Dorothy Tannahill-Moran

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There are some good pointers that I picked up from this audiobook that I can use in everyday life.
I received a free copy for my review

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An overall good book to read or listen to.

The author provides enough information and details that are thought provoking.

She also outlines strategies on how to stand out from a crowd, developing your own style, introverts versus extroverts, and how to achieve personal goals.

Dorothy Tannahill-Moran covers Office Etiquette Tips and social networking as well.

The author also provides A Video Series - The 5 Most Common Ways Introverts Commit Career Self-Sabotage And How To Avoid Them which is an added bonus.

This book was well written, helpful, and the narrator, Lori J. Moran, did a good job as well.


Note:
"This audiobook was provided by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review courtesy of Audiobook Blast."

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For Introverts and the Socially Awkward

This book is almost exclusively written for those people who are introverts who have problems distinguishing themselves in their personal and professional lives. Personally, I found almost everything in the book to be things that I already knew or think of as plain common sense. I did pick up a few pointers though...
If you are watching others that are more extroverted and personable but less capable getting promoted ahead of you, then this book might help you with sticking out a little more.

If I'm going the be honest, I thought that the narrator was sub-par. Since the author and the narrator have the same last name, my bet is that the author used a family member to save money on a real professional narrator. She wasn't HORRIBLE, but she barely qualifies as a "fair" instructor in my opinion.

I received a free copy of this audiobook from the author, publisher, or narrator in exchange for an unbiased review. I was NOT required to write a positive review and this reflects my honest opinion of the work.

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