Many thanks to my good friend and colleague Mark Babbitt (@YouTernMark) of YouTern for writing this article about Personal Branding on StudentBranding.com and using me as an example! I’m very humbled and grateful! Thanks, Mark!
Here is an excerpt:
“Joey Price demonstrated a charismatic, unique, remarkable brand that night; just as he does–I and many others have now learned–every time he posts on LinkedIn, joins a Twitter chat or enters a room. Most important: Joey is an example of what personal branding should be: personal.
Take a look at your personal branding efforts:
- Are you too comfortable being “safe”?
- What is your distinct value proposition?
- Online or off… what makes you memorable?
Find sincere answers to these questions… and then choose to be uniquely, remarkably… personal.”