Personal Brand

Success Shortie Video: The Fraud Factor

Hi everyone, There are many times in our lives where we feel unsure of what we are doing, our abilities, our fit. The moments of, “Ha! Fooled you if you

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Success Shortie Video: What to do when you are in a funk

Hi Everyone! Have you ever had one of those days where you are just “in a mood”? The weather outside isn’t great, the dog didn’t want to come inside when

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I Cringe When Someone Asks Me This…

“So…. What do you do?” The quintessential networking question (*sigh*). I’m not a fan of the “what do you do” question. Partly because I find it hard to answer but

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Ever Think You Have Nothing to Offer? Well… You’re Wrong!

This is my favorite topic! I am so passionate about giving (Success Accelerator #2). I believe to my core that living giving will dramatically impact your success. But let’s be

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What Do People Say About You? (It Might Not Be What You Think… Or Want)

Hi, it’s Michelle Today’s tip is about how to craft your personal brand (Success Accelerator #1). In case you missed my 5 Simple Success Accelerators – click HERE to grab

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Research Shows the Most Persuasive Thing is… Confidence

Last week I shared a little bit from my conversation with Jordan Harbinger from The Art of Charm on the topic of clarity. To me clarity is key, clarity is

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Do You Know How People See You? Get Clear.

Recently I had a great conversation with Jordan Harbinger from the Art of Charm. It was so unlike any other interview I have ever done which hit all the concepts

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Don’t be a Monster: How to Manage the Inner Jerk

I LOVE when listeners, followers, and readers reach out with questions. So thanks to the many of you who reached out who reached out after listening to my podcast on

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Top 5 Tips to Embracing Authenticity

Have you ever gotten in your head and over analyzed a situation? I see it happen often during the job interview process. I’ll never forget one former NYU MBA student

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