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Despite the fact that the world needs both specialists and generalists, culturally we’re encouraged to think of ourselves and talk about ourselves as just one thing. Many of us are highly effective Jacks-Of-All-Trades, but suffer from Masters-Of-None syndrome. There is a difference between being pigeonholed and being KNOWN.
Business relationships and perceptions are based on personal relationships and perceptions. You can use what you know about yourself to inform how and what you package yourself for professionally. In this discussion, we explore the different things we’re all known for and how to package these attributes. We also cover things you can do to increase your discoverability (e.g., tips for resume/profile development, job searches, and how to enjoy/learn while promoting yourself with intention and authenticity).