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Are You Crossing Over or Fleeing From These Seven Entrepreneurial Bridges?

by / ⠀Personal Branding Startup Advice / May 12, 2010

•    Applicability is the bridge between information and insight. Anyone can be a vending machine of good information. Only a true thought leader could bridge the gap. The difference is: Information is just content; insight is a penetrating mental vision. Which one do you deliver? •    Execution is the bridge between creativity and innovation. Everybody is creative. My five-year-old nephew is creative. That’s the easy part, since creativity…

Networking: 3 Ways To Give More Than You Get

by / ⠀Personal Branding Startup Advice / May 5, 2010

Recently there was an absolutely fantastic article on effective networking that was posted here at under30CEO. One of my comments that supplemented what the author had written was that you should aim to give more than you get when it comes to networking. She agreed with what I said and said most people didn’t know how to do that without going broke and that could be another article…

Young Entrepreneurs: 27 Things You Must Do to Get Known

by / ⠀Personal Branding Startup Advice / May 4, 2010

As a young entrepreneur often times the biggest challenge is starting from scratch.  We polled over a hundred successful business people and asked them: How Do I Get Known? In my industry, in the blogosphere, regionally or globally?  How do I build my personal brand so more people, and the right people, know about me? Below are the best responses! 1. Get your face and opinion out there…

Networking That Works: 7 Secrets for Turning Connections into Cash

by / ⠀Personal Branding Startup Advice / April 22, 2010

So we’ve all heard that your network determines your net worth, but how? I mean, you can swap business cards, “do lunch” and Facebook friend cool entrepreneurs you meet, but how do you turn connections into cash? As an entrepreneur with my feet firmly planted in two industries, business and entertainment, I’ve had to become really great at networking to keep my business growing. I’ve made plenty of mistakes…

Creating Your Business Swagger

by / ⠀Personal Branding Startup Advice / March 10, 2010

The primal nature of subtle social cues and what they mean to our subconscious. What’s with the strut? Psychologically there are many cues that denote the feeling of confidence. They display our intent, betray our falsehoods and reveal our attractions. Many of these actions we cannot control and some of the micro twitches in our face, that we consciously miss, can be picked up by our subconscious which…

A Lesson Learned: Taking the Entrepreneurial Plunge

by / ⠀Personal Branding Startup Advice / February 24, 2010

Today I woke up at 6am. Like any other Monday, I rushed to get out of the house by 6:30am to begin my two hour commute from Washington Crossing, PA to New York City.  I grabbed a large cup of coffee & jumped on the NJ Transit express.  As caffeine washed away the remnants of morning grogginess, my heart-rate quickened with growing anticipation. Today was not like any…

How to Gain the Experience of a Senior Level Executive Without Being One

by / ⠀Personal Branding Startup Advice / December 21, 2009

One of the biggest misconceptions of how you are going to develop the skills of a senior executive is by climbing the corporate ladder. Climbing the corporate ladder is one of the most inefficient and time consuming ways to gain the skills of a senior level executive. It’s a long road and standing out among the masses is tough. Even if you are in the process of getting…

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