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The Imposter Syndrome As It Relates to Personal Branding

The Imposter Syndrome As It Relates to Personal Branding

In this interview, we discuss the Imposter Syndrome as It Relates to Personal Branding You'll learn... ...What message your personal brand is communicating to a potential client about your skillset, trustworthiness, and whether or not you can deliver what you promise. ...what causes women over 40 to struggle with their personal brand...and how to stay relevant amongst constant change ...how to “take care” of your personal brand so you can continue to generate revenue over the long haul (without burning out). …and what you must know before incorporating the latest fashion and beauty trends Join the interview: https://www.facebook.com/akanke.adefunmi/videos/10159205493979741/comment_id=2490970290998983&notif_id=1573430988323478&notif_t=group_comment_follow

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Entrepreneur Platform Magazine September/October Article "Resiliency in Personal Branding and Professional Image"

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Entrepreneur Platform Magazine Article July/August 2019 "Successful Personal Branding"

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Video Links from Artful Entrepreneur Podcast 10/23/2019

Check out this video clip from the Artful Entrepreneur Podcast "The Importance of Getting Dressed": https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0MBrWyDfm_4 Check out this video clip from the Artful Entrepreneur Podcast "Ageism, the Struggle of Baby Boomers, Purpose Over Pain"  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sPiR_I2zxvE&t=28s

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"Second Act" Bizcon Event for women over 40

 Second Act BizCon Conference is designed to inspire new meaning to women over 40 with speakers and rich content that offers tools for this exciting age to courageously live their second act! I am one of many presenters and I will be speaking about Personal Branding. Register today and discover wonderful women like yourself embracing their life with joy at: https://www.secondactbizcon.com/ https://kdvr.com/2019/03/19/women-over-40-50-secondact-bizcon/  

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