We’re always making judgments about each other; it’s human nature. However, some judgments mean the difference between getting that spiffy new job or flailing in corporate hell another few months, and that’s why developing your personal brand is important. Here are some things you can do to improve your digital and written image.
Remember that your CV or resume may be viewed by a variety of people during a hiring process, and even more if you have it on a LinkedIn profile, so make sure it’s worded carefully and puts you in the best light possible.
Include a photo of yourself in nice clothing that’s cropped a little below shoulder length, and smile! If you’re not happy with your smile, consider cosmetic dentistry.
Make sure your email address is professional and includes your real name in some fashion, and on that note, don’t mix personal affairs with your business profiles. If you engage in activities on FB that you wouldn’t want your boss to see, it’s smart to make it friends-only.
Focus on showing potential business contacts the best you that you can be!
For these and more tips, read the full article here: Your Enhanced Personal Branding
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