30x30x30 Personal Branding Blogathon: Week 3 Recap

 

Week 3 ROCKED! Give me Five!

 

 

Hard to believe, but  we just wrapped up the third week of the Personal Branding Blogathon. Each week has been amazing and the reaction over the past 22 days has been nothing short of phenomenal.

Here’s a recap of  week 3 with the ‘tweetables’ from our thought leaders.

Tweet away and come back tomorrow for the start of the final week! 

 

 

30x30x30 Personal Branding Blogathon: Week 3 Recap

 

Day 15 Mitchell Levy:

“Books give your brand a platform to stand on”

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Day 16 Sharon Gilmour-Glover:

“What if I live authentically, put myself right out there and I am just not good enough?”

Tweet This!

 

Day 17 Jorgen Sundberg:

“Twitter’s transparency lets people sum up your personal brand perfectly.”

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Day 18 Heather Poduska:

“A brand without a point is like a tone without ping, boring.”

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Day 19 Maria Elena Duron:

“Identifying mistakes is a great skill.  Learning from them is an even better skill.”

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Day 20 Richard Knobbs:

“What ONE word epitomizes who you are and how you want to be perceived?”

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Day 21 Paul Copcutt:

“You’ll pass by the others, because you’re so branded to lead.”

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Day 22: Runa Magnusdottir:

“People don’t care what you do – people care who you are.”

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About the author

Peter Sterlacci Peter Sterlacci is known as “Japan’s personal branding pioneer.” In a country where fitting-in is the norm, Peter’s mission is to pioneer a ‘cultural shift’ by helping Japanese to stand out in a global environment. An avid cyclist, he combines cycling imagery with personal branding strategy to empower his clients to shift gears and sprint to career success. Follow Peter on Google+