Crown-wearing mermaids = Starbucks.
“Just do it” = Nike.
Tear-inducing commercials set in small-town hockey arenas = Tim Horton’s (where my fellow Canadians at?).
This is the power of branding.
A logo, a slogan, or even a feeling so strongly associated with a company, that you instantly think of its name when you hear, see, or feel it.
Imagine *you* had that same power.
Liiiike, woman in a green tropical shirt with a lei around her neck = Elise Darma.
See what I just did there?
Creating a personal brand has been a big part of the success I’ve had in the online business world.
The quality and uniqueness of what you offer will get you pretty far, but a strong personal brand will guarantee that people will notice and remember your offerings.
So that’s what we’re talking about today: personal brands. What they are, why they matter, and how *you* can build a successful personal brand using the tips and tricks that worked for me.
Let’s dive in 🏊