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Welcome to Forbes. Personal Development. Personal development is a lifelong process.

Personal Development

It’s a way for people to assess their skills and qualities, consider their aims in life and set goals in order to realise and maximise their potential. This page helps you to identify the skills you need to set life goals which can enhance your employability prospects, raise your confidence and lead to a more fulfilling, higher quality life. Plan to make relevant, positive and effective life choices and decisions for your future to enable personal empowerment.

Although early life development and early formative experiences within the family, at school, etc. can help to shape us as adults, personal development should not stop later in life. 10 Factors to Weigh When Defining Your DREAM Job. Is It Time to Move On In Your Career? Top Tips on How Content Marketing Can Help Your Personal Brand. When building a personal brand we can miss the mark on creating greater visibility online.

Top Tips on How Content Marketing Can Help Your Personal Brand

One way to achieve this is through great content marketing. This strategy not only opens the door to subscribers, but it also builds credibility. Blogging is not a new concept, and the power of creating content your audience that search engines will love is still an important part of a winning marketing strategy. The starting point for your articles should begin with a targeted message that reflects the mission of your brand. A Hot Tip To Advance Quickly in Your Career. What is it so hard to believe you should be the best you can be, and work for someone else?

A Hot Tip To Advance Quickly in Your Career

Why do so few people genuinely want to be employees? Why is it impossible to believe you can be a person with great self-worth who also respects the opportunity to work? Apparently, most Millennials believe that going to the office looks like The Office, the television show that makes working for someone else look ridiculous. I thought The Office was a really good comedy, with high quality writing and amazing actors. The #1 Relationship Problem That Stalls Your Career. All of us have experienced “relationship” problems.

The #1 Relationship Problem That Stalls Your Career

You might have a problem with your girlfriend or boyfriend, life partner, parent, sibling, business partner, best friend, roommate, boss, coworker or even a neighbor. Really, given the number of people in your life, especially when you add your FB fame or any other cyber group you’re in: it’s amazing you have any ability to focus on anything in your career or business. Focus is the greatest predictor of progress. Relationship problems get in the way of your ability to focus. The worst relationship problem you have is with yourself. Job Search: How to Reach Anyone You Want. “The quality of your life is the quality of your communication.”

Job Search: How to Reach Anyone You Want

Tony Robbins. 2 Ways to Get to Know Who You Know. Ready to take your networking to the next level of success?

2 Ways to Get to Know Who You Know

There are two practices that are the cornerstone to success in getting to know who you know: Use social media to earn a face to face meetingThank them and follow-up. Are You a Lame Career Seeker? I spoke recently to a group of approximately 40 job seekers who were alumni of a well respected and nationally ranked major university.

Are You a Lame Career Seeker?

They interacted well, asked questions, and seemed genuinely interested in the topic. I volunteered my time free of charge and made several offers of help to this audience. That’s the good news. Now for the bad news: The majority of the audience was composed of lame job seekers. I can’t say that I was surprised, having volunteered at similar venues for several years and seen many similar groups. Create A Simple Social Media Strategy In Fifteen Minutes. It’s a New Year and a new you!

Create A Simple Social Media Strategy In Fifteen Minutes

Or, at least, that’s what most of us are in the habit of saying. We create resolutions and set goals and are determined to follow through. However, somewhere around February 1, the new shine of the year wears off and, for most people, the commitment to achieving those goals. If one of your goals is to use social media in 2015 to get a new job, grow your following, or attract business, using off-the-cuff tactics will not sustain you throughout the year. You’ll start off strong, and then lose steam. A social media strategy plan needn’t be a novel. Identify your goals. 5 Ways To Refresh Your Personal Brand In 2015. The Personal Branding Blog offers career, workplace, networking, management, entrepreneurship advice and resources. The Complete Guide to Building Your Personal Brand. Written by Neil Patel & Aaron Agius Introduction What is branding?

The Complete Guide to Building Your Personal Brand

My parents like to tell a story from my childhood. When I was a toddler they would put me in the backseat of the car in child’s car seat when they would take me somewhere like to the store or to a friend’s house. When we would drive down the highway, I would see golden arches through the car window and yell, “Donald’s!” Now, I was only two or three years old at the time.

My parents would sometimes take me to McDonald’s for a Happy Meal. That is branding. Personal branding. Personal branding is the practice of people marketing themselves and their careers as brands.[1] While previous self-help management techniques were about self-improvement, the personal-branding concept suggests instead that success comes from self-packaging.[1] The term is thought to have been first used and discussed in a 1997 article by Tom Peters.[2] Personal Branding is essentially the ongoing process of establishing a prescribed image or impression in the mind of others about an individual, group or organization.[3] Personal branding often involves the application of one's name to various products.

Personal branding

For example, the celebrity real-estate mogul Donald Trump uses his last name extensively on his buildings and on the products he endorses (e.g. Trump Steaks). History[edit] Personal branding, self-positioning and all individual branding by whatever name, was first introduced in 1937 in the book Think and Grow Rich[citation needed] by Napoleon Hill.