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http://bepromotable.com Coach Tanya shares the 5 keys to discovering your purpose within your personal brand.

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  • When you heard brand, you may have had other images come to mind – like Coke or Microsoft. But what about people as a brand? There’s a dry cleaner here where I live. He’s not the most affordable, he may not even be the absolute best cleaner, but from the first day I walked in he remembered my name, he never asked me since I first did business with him for my number or name. Always personable and friendly, checking to make sure I had no problems. I go to him because I know what to expect & it’s good service with a smile. He cares.QT is one of our fav gas stations – always consistent, same colors, recognizable & clean.
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Personal Brand Advice on the 5 Ps to Finding Your Brand Essence Personal Brand Advice on the 5 Ps to Finding Your Brand Essence Presentation Transcript

  • The 5 P’s to Finding Your Brand Essence
    Be Promotable © 2010 All Rights Reserved
    Keys to Developing an Irresistibly Attractive Personal Brand That Gets You Hired
    By Tanya Smith, MBA, PHR, CCMC, CLTMC
  • Overview
    What is a Personal Brand?
    Benefits of Recognizing Your Personal Brand
    Characteristics of a Strong Personal Brand
    5 Ps of a Personal Brand Strategy
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  • Objectives for Program
    Introduce you to definition of a personal brand and how it can help you demonstrate value in today’s competitive environment
    Share 5 factors to help you identify what makes you most marketable to the people you want to influence most
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  • Brand
  • What’s Brand Got to Do With It?
    Definition of Personal Brand: the identity (reputation) you have established for yourself based on your unique combination of talents, passions, values, and expertise
    Helps people know what to expect from you.
    Sets you apart.
    It can boost your credibility or completely wipe it out.
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  • Other Distinctions
    PR and Marketing are the things a company or individual does to communicate all the benefits of the product (or service).
    Advertising builds brand awareness typically through paid, public, non-personal persuasive messages.
    Branding is the identity, Marketing is the set of activities to showcase it.
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  • Why does this matter to me?
    Before people will do business with you or hire you, they want to know who you are, how you can help them and what makes you different.
    You must be able to clearly articulate this in today’s environment where there is a much more competitive, information-hungry workplace and marketplace.
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  • Difference between boasting & personal marketing?
    Difference between pride vs. confidence
    Pride
    Does not learn because “I’m better than this” “I’ve heard this before”
    Exaggerates and is excessive
    Focuses on your needs vs. others
    Confidence
    Strong in your identity
    Honest with yourself; know strengths & weaknesses
    History of successes & learning
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  • Benefits of Understanding Your Personal Brand
    Enhance your visibility in a positive, intentional way
    Create a clear focus for your career or business
    Boost your compensation opportunities
    Thrive during economic downturns
    Increase your confidence
    Make better decisions about your future based on right fit
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  • What makes a strong brand?
    Memorable
    Clear
    Consistent
    Resonant
    Emotional connection
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  • 5 P’s To Developing Your Brand
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  • Passion – what you love to do
    What do you love to do?
    What was your biggest pain or wound in childhood?
    Whom do you long to help?
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  • Preparation – past experiences
    List 3 character qualities you’ll need in your business that life has taught you along the way.
    Think of an example of a difficult experience you’ve gone through in the last few years that you are consciously aware has prepared you for your destiny.
    Identify 2 things these answers tell you about your life purpose.
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  • Persona – how people describe you
    List the top 3 single words that others use to describe you?
     Which of these attributes would you like to apply in your new business/career?
     How will you express these attributes specifically in your career or business?
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    Examples: entrepreneurial, creative, positive, spiritual, honest, intelligent, motivating, technologically-inclined
  • Power Skills - strengths
    List 3 – 5 of your power skills/strengths.
    What special skills do you have that others rely on?
    What are you consistently complimented about?
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    Example: I have excellent communication skills; I work well either leading or being part of a team and I am self-motivated and capable of working on several tasks at once.
  • Promise – your unique value proposition (uvp)
    What do you offer?
    What results do you actually deliver?
    What is your system or process to getting there?
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  • Your personal brand statement
    Look at your unique values and key attributes and you should be able to develop a 1-2 sentence brand statement, answering these three questions:
    What value you provide (what problem do you solve)
    How you do it uniquely (your UVPs)
    Whom you do it for (your target audience)
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  • Be Promotable
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    For instant access to a free special report and branding templates, visit us online.