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Dorie Clark is a marketing strategy consultant and frequent contributor to the Harvard Business Review and Forbes. Recognized as a “branding expert” by the Associated Press, she is the author of Reinventing You: Define Your Brand, Imagine Your Future (Harvard Business Review Press, 2013). Clark consults and speaks for a diverse range of clients, including Google, the World Bank, the Ford Foundation, Yale University, the Mount Sinai Medical Center, and the National Park Service.

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10 Insights from Dorie Clark, Contributor to Forbes & Harvard Business…

  1. 1. @33voices / www.33voices.com / chase@33voices.comReinventingYOU
  2. 2. The following slides arehighlights from the interview by@MoeAbdou,founder & host of 33voices.Click here to listen in
  3. 3. Dorie ClarkMarketing strategy consultantand frequent contributor tothe Harvard Business Reviewand Forbes
  4. 4. 33voices.com/Dorie-ClarkLife is an evolution.Only those who continually reinvent themselvesstay relevantNo.1
  5. 5. 33voices.com/Dorie-ClarkNo.2“We judge ourselves by what we feel capable of doing,while others judge us by what we have already done.”Henry Wadsworth’s advice reminds you that its workto stay current in the eyes of your connections
  6. 6. 33voices.com/Dorie-ClarkNo.3If you’re uncomfortable talking about yourself,enlist a friend to be an agent for your brand
  7. 7. 33voices.com/Dorie-ClarkNo.4Your personal brand is justanother name for your reputation -be strategic about how you want to be perceived33voicesDorie Clark - Your personal brand (0.50)
  8. 8. 33voices.com/Dorie-ClarkNo.5Your habits (good or bad)could turn into your blind spots -Listen to what others are telling you
  9. 9. 33voices.com/Dorie-ClarkNo.6Be smart about transitioning into something new –it’s prudent to take a more incremental approach early on,rather than just jumping in
  10. 10. 33voices.com/Dorie-ClarkNo.7The smartest way to prove your worthis to build an intellectual portfolio of ideas –and to publish it
  11. 11. 33voices.com/Dorie-ClarkNo.8Don’t have a mentor?a smarter approach might be to Create a network of relationshipsthat gives you a more diverse worldview.
  12. 12. 33voices.com/Dorie-ClarkNo.9While investigating a career transition,it’s wise to explore it deeply, but talk about sparingly
  13. 13. 33voices.com/Dorie-ClarkNo.10When reintroducing the new you,begin to act the way you want to perceived in the world
  14. 14. Really reflect...What’s the gap between how you seeyourself and how others perceive you?Really reflect...
  15. 15. CONNECT WITH US!Tell us what you thinkChase@33voices.com

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