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  • 00:35

    3 Tips to Remember When Building Your Brand

    in Lifestyle

    We will share what I believe are the 3 tips to remember when building your brand. 1. Cultivate and manage your relationships 2.Think First life can change on a second and 3 How to manage social media. The series has been about living into your personal brand lens in and offline more authentically. If you missed the first part of this series , Personal Power Branding: A heart Journey listen here.  Using  Dr. Hubert Rampersad, 4 step model to create an authentic personal brand we will look at Shelley’s brand statement and how to use Rampersad model to create , build, and promote your brand. Personal Branding is about loving yourself, loving others, and loving what you do. Authentic Personal Branding is a journey towards a happier and more successful life. Your Personal Brand should emerge from your search for your identity and meaning in life, and it is about getting very clear on what you want, fixing it in your mind, giving it all your positive energy, doing what you love and develop yourself continuously. Your Personal Brand should always reflect your true character, and should be built on your values, strengths, uniqueness, and genius.” If you have yet to do this work you can go to our website and download The New and Reawakened You-A 7 Day Self- Guided Retreat. It’s free and once you finish it you can request your free life coaching session.  Dr. Hubert Rampersad model helps you walk authentically in your own shoes and build a trusted image of yourself that you want to project in everything you do.We can help Today Call TransformativeLifeSolutions today at 888.848.7406.

  • 00:06

    The Five-Minute Guide to Creating a Great Brand: The Story of Mano Swartz

    in Business

    A five-minute summary of Mano Swartz Furs, highlighting the rules of creating a great brand.

  • 00:28

    8 Tips for Building Your Personal Brand

    in Business

    By highlighting one’s personal brand, or all of the aspects that make an individual unique, candidates can stand out from the pack and really get employers to notice them.


    Personal branding gives candidates the power to define themselves and make an impression that might be even more memorable than a standout cover letter. When building a personal brand, students should spend time self-reflecting and considering how others view them, especially online. Experts suggest that a few of the ways that candidates can impress potential future employers are creating a LinkedIn account, cleaning up personal social media profiles and making business cards. Even physical appearance and style can be made to work in one’s favor by aligning it with your brand.


     


     1. Reflect on who you are and what you have to offer.


    A personal brand needs to be first and foremost personal.
     


    2. Build a personal website.


    Once you’ve established what you want from your personal brand, the next step is to make it available to the world online.


    3. Clean up your social media accounts to establish a more professional online presence.


    When building a personal brand, not all publicity is good publicity


    People who listen to this show are entrepreneurs, career coaches,

  • 00:16

    Creating a Great Brand: Mano Swartz and Branding as Storytelling

    in Business

    An overview of Mano Swartz Furs, and the power of branding as storytelling.

  • 00:15

    What is Your Brand?

    in Dreams

    First, it’s important to understand that your brand is much more than your logo, merchandising or products. It is about the sum total of the experiences customers have with your business. This includes the visual elements of your business, but it also includes what you do, how you do it, what your customer interactions are like, the type of information you share in your marketing and on social media. All these elements help establish the trust and credibility of your business.

  • 00:31

    Job Hunting Mastermind Series: Networking – Finding Leads

    in Jobs

    Finding a job is rarely an accident.  It requires hard work, a solid plan, and coaching from proven leaders in the field.  Over the next four weeks, Brand Expert Latrice Collins will host a four part series that will provide tips and techniques for enhancing your job search strategy.


    This “Networking- Finding Leads” episode is the first in the series. Our guest, Mark Schor, PhD, is the Senior Vice President with Right Management.   (Right Management is a global leader in talent and career management workforce solutions within ManpowerGroup. Their clients include over 80% of the Fortune 500 and over 70% of the Fortune Global 500.) We are so excited to be able to have Mark on our show.


    In this episode, Mark will help tackle difficult issues for our listeners such as:



    Moving Pass Personal Reluctance
    Overcoming Barriers
    Generating Needed Leads 


    If you are looking to land a new opportunity in the near future, this series is just for you.

  • 00:31

    Effective Communication Series - Part 4: Navigating Company Culture Styles

    in Jobs

    One significant challenge faced by millions of people every day is the inability to communicate effectively in the workplace.  In reality, communication is the foundation for success and failure in nearly every aspect of life.   Over the next four weeks, Brand Expert Latrice Collins will conduct a four part series that will enlighten you and strengthen your communication skills.


    We are excited that Tisha Lucero, Senior Vice President for the Wells Fargo Consumer Lending Group will be our special guest this week.  If you are understanding company culture, conflicts with your manager, or growing in your career, you don’t want to miss these programs.  Each session encompasses professional development, leadership training AND conflict managing training tips.


      Part 1:        The Power of Emotion Intelligence


    Part 2:        Recognizing Individual Communication Styles


    Part 3:        Emotions VS Logic, which one will win in a battle?


    Part 4:        Navigating Through Company Culture and Management Styles

  • 00:16

    Tuesday's Tips

    in Radio

    Tuesay's Tips is designed to give you everyday  tips for everyday living.  From Household to holiday gift ideas.  If you need it we got it.  Tune in every week to find out what tips is right for you and helpful for you and your family.

  • 00:13

    Tuesday's Tips

    in Radio

    Tuesday's Tips for your everyday needs.  from Household to Beauty and much much more.  Tune each week for your daily dose of Tuesday's tips right here on Koko Radio

  • 00:31

    Twitter Power: How to Leverage Social Media to Enhance Your Brand

    in Business

    Join me for Twitter Power: How to Leverage Social Media to Enhance Your Brand and Grow Your Business with my special guest, Joel Comm. Joel is the New York Times best-selling author of The AdSense Code, Stories from the World’s Most Successful Entrepreneurs, KaChing: How to Run an Online Business that Pays and Pays and Twitter Power 2.0. A pioneer of the world wide web, Joel has been building profitable online businesses for 20 years. He has also written over 40 ebooks. Joel has appeared in The New York Times, on Jon Stewart’s The Daily Show, on CNN online, on Fox News, and many other places.

  • 01:01

    Brian Smith - Founder of UGGs "The Birth of a Brand"

    in Business

    Inspirational roller coaster story of how Brian brought UGGS to America and the rushes and waves of challenge and success as he built his brand to the icon success we know. More than a how-to textbook approach, Brian shares and empathizes with the real life emotional journey developing business owners go through and how we can change our challenges into opportunities.  Brian Smith's book, The Birth of a Brand" is available at Amazon and briansmithspeaker.com