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You already have a personal brand manager. And if you aren’t actively using them, then your brand is missing out on being as awesome as it could—and should—be.
Do you know the difference between your logo and your brand?
If you’re not sure, don’t worry. You’re not alone. Most people I talk with use the words logo and brand interchangeably. Before I started studying branding and marketing, *I* thought they were the same thing!
Harvard degree or no degree at all, you always write your own ticket.
Sadly, my father never realized this truth. If he had, I believe he’d still be here today. You see, my father killed himself because he gave into the misperception that life was happening to him. He had so many regrets about who he could have been and what he could have. Instead of believing that he a choice, he felt overwhelmed by circumstances.
In spite of all the pithy (and wise) quotes out there about failure, you probably still want to avoid it, right? We all do. I mean, who sets out saying, “Ooh, I can’t wait to fail!”?
Everything you do is an expression of you and your brand.
I’ve pulled out five big lessons from Snake. Even if your spirit animal isn’t Snake, Snake’s lessons can still be important for you. We are to learn from our spirit animals, not become them. So even if your spirit animal is Elephant or Mouse, Snake still has lessons to teach you.
I have a confession. I hate the whole “you have to pick an ideal client” thing. I know, I know. I’ve written about how you can (and should!) pick an ideal client (and a niche). I can coach my clients to pick exactly the perfect ideal client for them. But doing it for myself just sucks.
I don’t want to pick just one “ideal client,” you see. I want to be here for all of you. I want to help anyone who needs my help.
(By the way, you should re-read those last three sentences with a bit of a whiny voice in your head. Because I was definitely whining when I wrote them.)
In my coaching business, I don’t offer a done-for-you system for being happy, for getting more clients or for making more money. Even my Fear Releasing Method™ isn’t completely done-for-you. It offers guided meditations and other suggested tools to release fear—but always with the suggestion that you ultimately do what works best for you.
The way you “do money” is not necessarily the way you do everything.
“It just feels like I was meant to do this.”
When you have a clear mind, decisions come much more easily. When you make a decision in a mental fog, you’re more apt to make a “bad” decision, or at least one that you regret later.
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