В условиях постоянного информационного шума человек выбирает для себя ориентир — лидеров мнений, на чьи рекомендации и мысли он будет полагаться.
Фанаты платят за музыку своих кумиров и идут в кино на фильм с любимым актером. Восхищенные Стивом Джобсом чаще покупают новые iPhone. Человек, который читает FB Дубилета, скорее оформит карту его нового банка.
Люди выбирают людей. Поэтому так важно знакомиться с потенциальными клиентами. Если вы еще не сделали этого, советуем:
📍 Рассказать о себе подписчикам
Добавьте в соцсети компании рубрику, которую будете вести лично вы. Например, поделитесь историей создания бизнеса.
📍 Развивать ваш личный бренд
Активно вести соцсети: делиться мыслями, доказывать экспертность, показывать “закулисье” бизнеса.
📍 Принимать участие в коммуникации
Общаться с реальными людьми, отвечать на их вопросы, помогать в решении проблем. Стать не “заоблачным владельцем”, а живым человеком, который старается помочь людям.
Познакомьтесь со своими клиентами — это поможет лучше понять их, повысит вашу узнаваемость, позволит выделиться среди конкурентов и завоевать лояльность аудитории.
Выходите из сумрака😎 Успехов!
Yep, the rumors are true! Want stickers? Need a banner? Looking for some widow vinyl? Yard signs? Wall clings? We are your one stop shop for bringing ideas to fruition! #wedoinit#downtherabbithole#wakohwear
🌠 Using colour to stand out for job applications. Mockup for visual representation of branding idea by #anthonyboydgraphics 🌠 Head to my stories to see my mission statement of what I want to achieve with this side hustle! 🔍
One of the common mistakes I see in my client's resumes, is that they focus all of their energy on their technical expertise and experience, and they forget to pitch their soft skills.
We are working in a world where soft skills are almost as important, if not more important that our hard (technical) skills, so it is important that you get this point across in your applications.
I am talking about your communication skills, team work, stakeholder engagement, leadership, presentation, negotiation and persuasion, judgement, decision-making and your ability to manage your time. You see, unlike hard skills, soft skills are difficult to measure, but it doesn't make them any less relevant.
What are your top soft skills? Do you include them when pitching yourself for a new role?
My logo and personal branding 👄 (@emmalouisecarney) illustrated by @jackpeterknight my top and extremely talented pal. Want a bespoke drawing? We can work together on providing you with something amazing!
To everyone who made it down to my @fuckbeinghumbleldn event last week, huge thank you! Super proud to be featured on the @the_dots_uk homepage with this artwork from @jagjitchoda, that I was joined on stage with @ea_kryg @nkrystal_ @erinaniker and @shannieloves who were an absolutely power panel of inspiration AND that the event was another sell out with over 60 people dropping by. It’s been such a whirlwind few months of endless working but all worth it when I see the platform come to life at the events. ✨✨✨ And thank you again to my super supportive friends for keeping me as calm as possible throughout the entire thing. LOVE YAS. 💕🙌🏽🌟🤗 #fuckbeinghumble#event#selfpromotion#london#networking#sidehustle
Huskier than ever and with a real love for the word ‘resonate’, here’s my first ever podcast interviewed by @lectureinprogress🎙 For anyone that doesn’t know Lecture in Progress, it’s an online resource offering advice about and insight into working in the creative industry brought to you by @itsnicethat 🙌🏽🙌🏽🙌🏽🙌🏽 Aiming to inspire, inform and empower emerging talent with information and first-hand accounts that demystify the day-to-day workings of the creative world. Definitely need some more practice but if you fancy a listening to my journey from north to sarfffff and all things F*ck Being Humble, link is in the bio! 🎧🎧🎧🎧
My natural habitat - drinking coffee, and having brunch, undoubtedly always wearing yellow 😏 At school I often felt like a chameleon 🦎 constantly changing my clothes, hair, make up, attitude, behaviour and occasionally beliefs to “fit in”. I didn’t feel like I was ever part of the gang. I always felt like the “bitch pack”; as my mumma so eloquently called them, would rip me to shreds for saying or doing just about anything they didn’t agree with. Even if the day before they’d said/done the exact same thing 🤷🏼♀️ For me, it felt like a concrete jungle. I enjoyed learning (still do) but hated school and the social constructs that came with it. Luckily, as I’ve grown up and left that toxic environment; I’ve returned to the kid and human that was always wearing home made princess dresses on the bouncy castle at parties and wearing my favourite colour - yellow. I’ve never been happier. I no longer feel obliged to alter how I look, how I act or what I wear and I’m unapologetically me. Organised. Loyal. Laughing. Not only have I found a group of friends that love me unconditionally for being me, accepting me for everything that I am and believe in, but I never question their friendship or love like I did with people when I was at school and that is so refreshing and uplifting. They make me want to be better. So don’t ever change who you are for anyone else, if they don’t appreciate you for you; if they tell you to change, then they don’t deserve you. Just be you.