It’s a fact of the Information Age: personal branding is crucial to your business success.
How you conduct yourself and come across to others (i.e., what your personal brand says about you) matters more than ever.
In today’s episode of the Go For Launch podcast, I have the pleasure of speaking with personal branding consultant Nicole Lundy. Nicole is founder of Profitable Personal Brand, which works with leaders who want to stand out in their respective industries.
After leaving a demanding career in corporate finance on Wall Street, Nicole launched a beauty consulting company and used her branding skills to get featured in a HarperCollins published book, work backstage at New York Fashion Week with top designers such as Jason Wu and CZAR by Cesar Galindo, and get featured on MSNBC, eHow.com and Huffington Post Style.
Nicole now owns a brand consulting boutique and is a noted speaker and bestselling author. She helps high-performing CEOs and entrepreneurs who don’t know how to be distinctive in their marketplace to become extraordinary and dominate their market. Her simple money-making brand packages help her clients to get noticed so that people hire them, their impact is greater and they can get paid their worth.
She is also the host of the top 10 rated podcast on iTunes, The Pretty & Profiting Show, which focuses on branding, beauty, business and how to build your empire.
I hope Nicole’s advice helps inspire you to focus on your personal brand and the impact it has on your business!
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