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Baby Boomers were raised to be obedient employees. We were expected to go to work for father-like corporations that would take care of us. But the world has changed. Those days are gone.
We now need to look at ourselves as products—well-defined products that can be promoted worldwide. This is defined by personal brand. Can you afford to ignore developing and promoting your personal brand? If you want to stay employed for the next 20 years (which many Baby Boomers will need to do), that answer is: No.
In Personal Branding for Baby Boomers, Marc Miller breaks down the steps to building a great online reputation, specifically tailored to those 50+ who find themselves job hunting or competing for work in today’s “LOOK AT ME!” business environment. How can you compete for jobs with digital-savvy Generation Xers and sharp-witted Millennials? You can.
What is a personal brand
Why should baby boomers care
How to manage it
Our guest Marc Miller’s career journey included 22 years at IBM, several thriving tech startups, a painful stint as a high school teacher, a gig raising funds for the Jewish Community Association of Austin and a near fatal bicycle accident that changed his perspective forever.
Thirty years of wandering the proverbial career desert, often repeating the same mistakes over and over, taught him his most crucial lesson: Most people don’t really know what makes them happy at their core, what fulfills them. They pursue money, status, a skill set, all of which provide some level of satisfaction, but not contentment. They wind up feeling frustrated and trapped. Others have figured out what they need, but don’t know how to chart a course to get there.
Learn more about him at https://careerpivot.com/about/
Special Guest: John Ashton of Crackerjack Visual Thinking
Join us as we talk about what visual thinking is, how to get an organisation ‘visual thinking’ and how it can be used to engage a workforce.
John helps to increase engagement by helping people explore and visualise their organisations story.
Helping people throughout an organisation have a shared understanding the organisations story (often referred to as its strategic narrative) is a key part of any engagement strategy.
His career began working in a variety of learning and development roles for Boots the Chemists including e-learning and behavioural competency development roles. He then went on to lead the learning and development function at Nottingham Building Society introducing a blended learning approach, overseeing the skills and behavioural development aspects of a major core systems implementation and designing the society’s first management and executive development programmes.
Host: Jo Moffat
Jason began his visual effects career in 1992 at Dream Quest Images, working with the miniature department and the company’s proprietary real time motion control systems and later participating in the company’s transition into the digital world by assisting in the conversion of optical printers into the first generation of film scanners. After leaving Dream Quest, Jason spent the next 15 years as an in-house and independent supervisor on such films as X- Men 2, Thirteen Days, The Dukes of Hazzard, Sinister and The Town that Dreaded Sundown. In 2007, Jason was hired to oversee Sngmoo Lee’s fantasy action film, The Warrior’s Way. Shooting entirely on greenscreen on location in New Zealand, Jason supervised the design and creation of over 1700 vfx shots at vendors spread across New Zealand, Australia, South Korea and America. Jason also directed the vfx and stunt units. In 2011, Jason joined FuseFX as Senior Visual Effects Supervisor, primarily responsible for FX’s hit show American Horror Story, for which Jason and the team at Fuse won the 2015 Primetime Emmy and VES Awards for Outstanding Supporting Visual Effects for the show’s 4th season, Freak Show. Jason also serves as VFX Supervisor for the WGN America original series Salem and Manhattan.You can email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org or follow us on Twitter @123Film
Host Lori Wilk of Successipes interviews the Founder and CEO of http://www.CreateGoldmines.com, Jo Ann Goldsmith, a Madison Avenue design branding expert with soul; Jo Ann shares with audiences what it takes to stand out from the crowds with your unique marketing messages created from the heart with passion and purpose and the right images for your business. This is a live show you won't want to miss. Call us at 347.237.5638. To reach our guest, Jo Ann Goldsmith call (561)494-4326. Folllw Lori on Twitter@Successipes
This episode is for everyone. We we tallk about how beening different is good from a teenager's point of view and we will have a guest speaker to talk about Branding. She is a business owner her self and just like many of us knows enough about branding to share.
As the CEO of Me, Inc. knowing and leveraging your value is key to career success. Branding Expert Chip Hartman takes us through the process of crystalizing your value statement/s which enables you to possess a powerful brand.
We will be switching the show up for this EPIC event. The Underground Beat with Madam President will be present at the #HelloHipHop Allow Me To Introduce Myself event hosted by Visual at Subterranean aka Sub T. The show will cover the artist that will be taking the stage. You can come join is at Sub T located at 2011 W. North Ave Chicago or you can call into the show the number is (646) 716-5926 and press 1 to connect with us!!!
Taboo Talk, a Christian talk show featuring Lady Charmaine Day (Pastor, Publisher, Author and Radio Host www.ladycharmaineday.com). Taboo Talk helps individuals transform their mind, body, and spirit utilizing the principles of Jesus Christ! On this episode of Taboo Talk, Christopher Cathcart defines what personal branding is, discusses 5 key elements of successful personal branding, his recommendation for successfully managing your brand over social media and personal etiquette tips you can implement to manage your brand. This was a powerful show you don't want to miss. About Christopher Cathcart: Christopher Darren Cathcart is a published author; public relations, marketing and brand development expert; and a noted social entrepreneur. In 1995, Cathcart founded OneDiaspora Group, a Los Angeles and Washington, DC-based communications consulting firm whose clients have included Jaguar Cars, Hidden Beach Recordings, UniWorld Group, Inc., Heart & Soul magazine, among others. His first book, The Lost Art of Giving Back, a how-to guide to volunteerism, was published in 2007. His second book: HBCU Experience, The Book was published in 2014. A graduate of Howard University, Cathcart has more than 27 years of public relations experience in the entertainment, corporate, and political fields. Before starting OneDiaspora Group, the Plainfield, NJ, native was an executive at some of the world’s leading entertainment and media companies. Beyond the world of communications, Cathcart is also highly respected in the advocacy and service communities. And for more than a decade, Cathcart has served as a mentor with Big Brothers of Greater Los Angeles. Cathcart is also a PR and marketing instructor at a leading film school in Los Angeles and has conducted marketing/branding workshops. Visit Chris at www.onediaspora.com and email@example.com.
Join us today for Women Leading the Way Radio as Deanna Potter, your host of Sassy Sales and Business Development, interviews Stefanie Blue, Founder and Photographer of TRUE BLUE Portrait Design.
Stefanie will share her passion for her work and her expertise in personal image branding. She will tell us why YOU are your brand, and why it is critical to have polished, poised, professional images that both reflect your brand, and resonate with your audience. As an instructor and specialist in Pinterest she will also share the strategies for boosting engagement and improving exposure in this social media platform. Join us as Stefanie shares with us her experience, techniques, and philosophy on how to implement and maximize these business based strategies that will give new life to your business.
We all know that we are visual beings and that a picture says a “thousand words.” The question is: What are your images saying about you? Image branding encompasses all aspects of your business and communicates who you are, what you do, and how you do it. The effect it has on your potential client base is lightening fast as they assess their interest in doing business with you. From headshots to product pictures to what you post on social media streams it becomes imperative that you are clear as to the message you are sending and the results you are attempting to obtain. This is a strategic approach to increasing profits and improving bottom line results.
Deanna Potter is your host of Sassy Sales and Business Development, a show focused on down and dirty conversations from real women on real challenges in how to sell. As a woman business owner for the last 15 years, Deanna has delivered stellar sales results over the course of three downward markets.
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I turn 36 on the November 19. I've been in the business since I was 20 -- 2/3 corporate side, 1/3 agency side.
For the last year focussed on studying inbound marketing for talent & internet marketing.
I know too much stuff about tools and software for recruiting.