Skills are simple and universally understood.
(No elegance , trick phrases.)
Use the power of demonstration.
You say you have the skills: writing, thinking
critically, or designing graphics. Prove it with a
As you are planning skills, become self aware.
As you are building skills, assess your
expertise. Then present and validate them.
Use focus groups to understand what an
audience feels about you.
Constantly solicit new feedback, ask:
What is your impression of me after reviewing
my personal website?
Is this content in my social media ‘me’?
Do you think I am ‘funny, smart, compassionate’
with my posts?
Establish an identity – a personal website and social
media profiles – before making connections.
Consider the five R’s:
Redundancy. Think about how your content and
information is used across the internet.
Relevancy. How do you fit on your networks. Make
connections with purpose.
Rights. As you share content online, consider
royalty and copyright privileges.
Relationships. Networking requires making
connections with varying depth. Remember to be
Resonance. Similar to relevancy, consider how your
message (in content, posts, updates, etc.) is unified