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Mark Twain's 10-Sentence Marketing and Personal Branding Course
Mark Twain's 10-Sentence Marketing and Personal Branding Course
Mark Twain's 10-Sentence Marketing and Personal Branding Course
Mark Twain's 10-Sentence Marketing and Personal Branding Course
Mark Twain's 10-Sentence Marketing and Personal Branding Course
Mark Twain's 10-Sentence Marketing and Personal Branding Course
Mark Twain's 10-Sentence Marketing and Personal Branding Course
Mark Twain's 10-Sentence Marketing and Personal Branding Course
Mark Twain's 10-Sentence Marketing and Personal Branding Course
Mark Twain's 10-Sentence Marketing and Personal Branding Course
Mark Twain's 10-Sentence Marketing and Personal Branding Course
Mark Twain's 10-Sentence Marketing and Personal Branding Course
Mark Twain's 10-Sentence Marketing and Personal Branding Course
Mark Twain's 10-Sentence Marketing and Personal Branding Course
Mark Twain's 10-Sentence Marketing and Personal Branding Course
Mark Twain's 10-Sentence Marketing and Personal Branding Course
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Mark Twain's 10-Sentence Marketing and Personal Branding Course

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Celebrated author Mark Twain didn't just create Huckleberry Finn and Tom Sawyer. He also created Mark Twain. Before being the most famous author of his time, Mark Twain was Sam uel Clemens. And he …

Celebrated author Mark Twain didn't just create Huckleberry Finn and Tom Sawyer. He also created Mark Twain. Before being the most famous author of his time, Mark Twain was Sam uel Clemens. And he knew about personal branding. Here's an illustrated slideshow highlighting Twain's most famous quotes about personal branding, This presentation is based on the article found at MarketingProfs: http://www.marketingprofs.com/articles/2013/11152/mark-twains-10-sentence-course-on-branding-and-marketing

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  • The # 4 its a really truth
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  • Yes, and his comment about New England weather: If you don't like it, just wait 10 minutes.
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  • Reminds my of a quip I heard on the Christina radio the other day: The late Vernon McGee was trying to explain how a simple Biblical concept had been misunderstood by a great many people. 'Why,' he exclaimed, 'to not understand this, you'd have to be a theologian!'
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  • Thanks you
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  • I am partial to number Ten. It holds true wisdom and kindrence to my own outlook.
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  • 1. A presentation by Based on a MarketingProfs article by Tom Bentley http://www.marketingprofs.com/articles/2013/11152/mark-twains-10-sentence-course-on- branding-and-marketing Illustrated by Veronica Maria Jarski
  • 2. “Robert Louis Stevenson and I, sitting in Union Square and Washington Square a great many years ago, tried to find a name for the submerged fame, that fame that permeates the great crowd of people you never see and never mingle with; people with whom you have no speech, but who read your books and become admirers of your work and have an affection for you … “It is the faithfulness of the friendship, of the homage of those men, never criticizing, that began when they were children...and you will remain in the home of their hearts' affection forever and ever. And Louis Stevenson and I decided that of all fame, that was the best, the very best.”

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