I had the chance to meet someone today for whom I played a teeny, tiny part in helping find a new job. He’s happy, and it made me so happy. Get out of your own head and find others to serve. You never know where it will lead.

It’s so cool when you can help people without even knowing it. It is energizing. It’s inspiring. It makes you want to do even more. Start today, and make a difference in another person’s life!

Personal Branding is about making sure your image is clear to those you come across personally and professionally. Make it intentional so that you can control the message they receive.

Thanks Todd Bauerle from Bauerle Consulting Services for the great training. Find Todd at bauerleconsulting@gmail.com or linkedin.com/in/toddlbauerle

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