Who you are is what matters.
The importance of personal branding can’t be underestimated. But it’s more than an attempt to make yourself a household name that matters. It’s the person behind the brand that makes all the difference. In the first clip from this “best of” episode you’ll hear a business legend, Jim Palmer talk about what it takes to ensure that the person part of the brand is actually worth branding.
What is the value you are adding to the lives of others?
Vinnie Fisher is an incredibly successful entrepreneur who loves to invest himself in helping others reach the levels of success they are capable of reaching. That’s because he understands that the most important thing about any business is how it is helping others. It’s a personal discipline he follows and the message he preaches. You’ll never be effective at personal branding unless you master that simple act of generosity. You can hear Jim’s insights into this vital business subject, on this episode.What is the #value you are adding to the lives of others? Click To Tweet
Nehal Kazim is always pushing himself to be outside of his comfort zone. Are you?
In order for your business to grow, you have to grow. It’s a given. You won’t be capable to taking your business to new heights if you have not increased your capacity to lead it there. That’s why Nehal Kazim is constantly pushing himself outside of his comfort zone, working to stretch himself in new ways. You can hear how he integrates his personal growth into his strategies for business growth, on this episode.
What is your role in the setbacks you experience?
That’s a vital question that Craig Garber has learned to ask himself. He has found that it’s the only way he can assess a failure or setback in a way that helps him to avoid it in the future and grow from the experience. Are you willing to ask those kinds of hard questions? Find out why Craig is convinced that you should, on this episode.What is your role in the #setbacks you experience? Answer the question, on this episode Click To Tweet
What you put into it is what you get out of it.
Michelle Barnes has learned that success in any business is a result of the effort you put into it. It’s that way in her network marketing business and that way in life. That means that every person has the opportunity to become even more successful than they are, and it hinges on whether they are willing to put more into self education and the hard work to apply it. Listen to Michelle’s insights, on this episode.
Personal branding depends on the person behind it.
As successful as he has been, Joshua Latimer is not satisfied. He knows that the brand he’s been able to build is only as reliable as he is. That’s why he takes every chance to continue sharpening himself – through mastermind groups, new projects, tasks that are outside of his current skillset – anything to keep himself growing. Josh’s attitude is amazing. You’ll be inspired by it on this episode.#PersonalBranding depends entirely on the person behind the branding Click To Tweet
Jeff Leo Herrmann knows that he won’t thrive unless he takes action.
Nobody who refused to take action should expect to grow, much less thrive. That’s the gist of what Jeff Leo Herrmann has to say about the role that personal growth plays in building a personal brand that is valued and successful. He’s got a unique way of looking at the issue and you can glean a lot from it, so be sure you take a listen to this episode.
OUTLINE OF THIS EPISODE
- [1:07] Tony’s introduction of this “best of” episode.
- [2:32] Who you are matters more than what you do.
- [4:02] The grounding of who you are is your purpose of helping others.
- [5:18] Dealing with things outside your comfort zone.
- [6:17] Discovering your own role in the setbacks you experience.
- [7:28] What you put into it is what you get out of it.
- [8:11] Sharpening yourself every chance you get.
- [9:10] Thriving through taking action.
RESOURCES AND LINKS MENTIONED ON THIS EPISODE
- Jim Palmer – original episode – personal website
- Vinnie Fisher – original episode – personal website
- Nehal Kazim – original episode
- Craig Garber – original episode – personal website
- Michelle Barnes – original episode – personal website
- Joshua Latimer – original episode – personal website
- Jeff Leo Herrmann – original episode – personal website