Discover the power of video storytelling for your personal brand. Learn how to engage, inspire, and connect with your audience through compelling visual narratives. Unlock the potential of video content to build trust, establish authority, and leave a lasting impression. In today's digital landscape, personal branding has become a vital component of professional success.
Ever felt like that you’re not reaching your fullest potential, and you know that there’s more to your life than what you’re currently experiencing. Or maybe, you know that it’s time for you to move to your next level professionally or entrepreneurially. In this episode, I speak to one of my mentors about his brand new book Shift Into a Higher Gear. You definitely want to be a part and listen to this episode.
Mastering Your Mindset To Break Through To Your Next Level. Is it time to start fresh, to turn the page and start a new chapter? Is there something in your past that is holding you back? Is there some hurdle or obstacle that once you pass, will allow you to create the life you have always wanted? In this episode I talk to my guest, Karim R. Ellis about Mastering Your Mindset To Break Through To Your Next Level.
Building a personal brand has never been more critical than it is today. Anyone with internet and social media access can build an audience, position themselves as an expert, and start attracting clients for their business.
Your brand distinguishes you from your competitors, helping to form a lasting impression in the mind of your audience and customers. You may struggle to build a profitable and sustainable business without a compelling personal brand that attracts your target audience.
Live streaming is officially here to stay, and it’s one of the most exciting opportunities for video content creators to grow their brands. Research shows that audiences spend 3x more time watching live videos and that 47% of people are streaming more live videos than last year. In this episode, I interview Sherri Somers, Revenue Attraction Coach. Sherri Somers is more than just a business builder. She is a confidence builder with bold opinions.
It's always a pleasure to devote our time, resources, and full focus to an individual who exudes knowledge and certainty - or at least has the audacity to appear so. It's a curious fact, though, that the shimmer of self-assuredness doesn't seem to sit naturally on everyone's shoulders. What is this elusive creature known as self-confidence? It's a capacity - a compelling ability to harness belief, manifesting it as an attitude, signifying an intimate understanding of one's tasks and objectives.
Today, marketing is very much about engineering the customer experience. Once the focal point of creating a marketing campaign, creativity has been superseded by analytics, which in themselves are used to drive creativity. The new marketing business model is powered by technology and data analysis – and driving engagement, customer experience, and revenue is the focus of insightful business outcomes.
A business is not a business unless that business has clients or customers. The number one reason why you are in business, is to be able to provide value to individuals who need the service or the product you have. In this episode, we’re going to be talking about how do you connect and communicate to those clients, so they become individuals who want to patronize your business and be someone who markets your business word of mouth.
You may have heard the term ‘generational wealth’ and thought, ‘Wow, that sounds important'. But at the same time, you might have pushed it to the back of your mind because you have more pressing issues. For many Black Americans in the position to build wealth for the first time, guidance and resources usually don't come from previous generations. Therefore, we must rely on each other by hiring people from own communities and investing in each other's businesses.
Young people have often been at the forefront of social progress in America. During the Civil Rights Movement of the 1950s and 60s, for instance, youth worked to desegregate schools, register black voters & protest against systemic oppression. Today is no different. Young people across the country are improving media representation for people of color, promoting literacy education, speaking out against bullying, and much more.
Many business owners will agree that building a legacy is a vital part of their strategy. It forms company ethos, helps build longterm profitability and impacts everything from community and customer behavior to industry and even culture. During Black History Month, I will be highlighting Black Entrepreneurs and Black Small Business Owners who are creating incredible things and intentionally creating a positive legacy for future generations.
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