By Katy Goshtasbi • March 25, 2013•Careers
Inherent to the personal branding process is the ability to be able to know your uniqueness, own it and let others know it. Of course, if this was easy to do everyone would be an expert at personal brand management, have more business and be happier in general.
Yet, as I always say, we find that people have a hard time being outstanding and shining brightly AND letting others know it. Inherently, the problem is low self-confidence. Therefore, we become "closet professionals" as I like to call it. We go around hoping someone will somehow notice how great we are, like us and then hire us.
Last week I had the pleasure of hearing a speech by Edith Ramirez, the Chairwoman of the FTC. She spoke at a local female lawyers luncheon. Ramirez is a bright and capable lawyer, having been on law review at Harvard with President Obama.
Click HERE to read the rest.