Personal Brand

My 2020 Magic Word

A New Year and a new decade – 2020 here we go! First, the not so magical word…Every year you hear this word when the calendar strikes January. Same word,

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Shining the Light on Someone Else

Shine the light on others and bask in the light that reflects back. Over the year, so many of my fabulous Connections helped me promote my book, The Connector’s Advantage.

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The Secret to Shifting Your Mindset on Self Promotion and Bragging

Afraid of self promotion? I thought it was an important question to raise, as the year end comes around and along with it those feedback and bonus conversations. What is

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Why Do You Do What You Do?

I was recently interviewed by one of my favorite people, Amy Landino, on her podcast Detail Therapy where I got to think about the age-old question, “why do you do what you do?”. If you’re

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Never Forget: Three Tricks to Remember Someone’s Name

Tomorrow is September 11th. Never Forget. Memory is a tricky thing. There are some things that we can’t forget, even when we want to. Other things can be difficult to

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Are There Really No Wrong Questions?

I LOVE questions! They show interest, they get me thinking, they give me ideas for content, and they tell me what someone cares about. Questions are great, except when they

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Learn How To Say “No” And Have It Heard

Connector Tip # 47 (yes that’s a random number): Don’t just say “no” (or “yes”). Learn how to say “no” and have it heard. Saying no can be tough. We feel guilty or unhelpful

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How Do You Know You’re An Expert?

How do you know you’re an expert? Ever had your name on a “list”? Some lists you really don’t want your name on, like the ‘no fly’ list. But others

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Do You Inspire Kindness?

It’s an interesting question, isn’t it? Do you inspire kindness?  I was at the supermarket yesterday and feeling a bit impatient with the ridiculously slow woman before me in the checkout

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