How Much Personality Should a Personal Brand Have? | JCR Studios
In this video, I talk about what WILL get you noticed (and grow your business) while keeping the integrity of who you are. And I’ll touch on a popular myth with personal branding that’s been the elephant in the online entrepreneurial space for sometime now.
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How Much Personality Should a Personal Brand Have?

When you’re new to an industry, or you’re still in the first few years of business, the competitive landscape can seem daunting.

We can often doubt our ability to stand out to get noticed and maybe question how personal our personal brand needs to be.

Knowing how to tap into our unique personality and reflect that into our brand can be challenging, even for the most seasoned entrepreneurs.

In this video, I talk about what WILL get you noticed (and grow your business) while keeping the integrity of who you are. And I’ll touch on a popular myth with personal branding that’s been the elephant in the online entrepreneurial space for sometime now.

I hope this message will inspire you to feel confident to make any necessary changes to your own brand.

If you’d like more support to find your voice and sell with heart, head on over to my You + Me page to book a brand strategy session with me.

Once you’ve had a chance to watch, I’d love to know:

  1. How do you incorporate your personality into your business in order to stand out and stay true to who you are?
  2. What’s one thing you can do today to step out of your comfort zone and share your message in a bolder, more dynamic way?

Leave a comment below with your answers.

And – remember:

Even though your industry may seem busy and over-crowded, your uniqueness is your true superpower AND it’s the gateway to your voice and message being heard.

Lastly, if you know a client, friend or colleague in your life who could use a little help with branding who they are and what they do, please forward this email them – they’ll appreciate you for it.

 

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4 Comments
  • Branding Punch
    Posted at 22:07h, 11 November Reply

    Hi Jacqueline! Personal branding is serious business. It has become essential for individuals who want to brand themselves. I am glad your video acts as a mini guide for potential entrepreneurs who are looking for the right methods to build their personal brands. Very informative video! Thanks. 🙂

    • jcrstudios
      Posted at 13:40h, 26 November Reply

      Thanks for your feedback Branding Punch. Yes branding is so important. Actually my videos aren’t for potential entrepreneurs. They’re for entrepreneurs who have been in business a few years but still get stuck with the whole notion of branding – mainly because they have a preconceived idea of what that is (aka. a logo) and they’ve never worked with a branding specialist before. Talented entrepreneurs often will “get by” on referrals with a modicum of success and not fully understand what branding is for many years until eventually they hit a glass ceiling in their growth and start looking for answers. That’s when they go to a branding pro. But based on your name, sounds like you may already know this 🙂

  • Mike
    Posted at 18:40h, 20 July Reply

    You need to think about how you can be you. It’s not about being Tony Robbins, it’s not about being Gary V, it’s not about being Grant Cardone, it’s not about being Greg Rollett, it’s about being the best version of you in creating that story and telling it to the marketplace. The better that you are in telling your story and connecting with the marketplace, the more money that you’re going to make.

    • jcrstudios
      Posted at 15:27h, 27 July Reply

      Well said Mike – I fully agree. I would go one step further and say that it’s also about making impact and changing the lives that you touch, for the better.

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