Yesterday was the 78th anniversary of D-Day, where participants from 12 countries fought as allies against the Nazi regime. Many battles took place that day. I am grateful for the veterans who participated and the families who supported them back home in
Australia, Belgium, Canada, Czechoslovakia, France,
Greece, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway,
Poland, the United Kingdom, and the United States.
Here’s a short (< 4 minutes) video from Paul Boag, a website usability specialist. Paul has an interesting – and surprising – ‘take’ on marketing and personal branding.
I’m a member of Paul’s Slack group and enjoy his wit and insights with the team as well as his bi-weekly newsletters. I have permission to share this column with you.
As Paul so deftly points out: we all need to consider that yucky term: ‘brand.’
Some of us are employees, others serve our families at home, and some are da boss :->. A lucky few retired years ago and are volunteering.
If we don’t have the magic three of know / like / trust, getting our ‘brand’ out there can be tough.
Paul and his wife are from the U.K. Earlier this year, they spent several months in the States. (Talk about working remotely!) They were traveling so much, they bought an RV instead of renting one. Not a bad idea, and that’s why he’s sitting beside their Four Winds RV.
[QW20] “It’s not marketing. It’s being helpful.”
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