Feb 22
Self-Branding for Personal and Career Success
We hear a lot about self-branding these days. This show will not only help you understand self-branding, it will help you use it as a tool for personal and professional success.

In this show Dr. Joel Evans, author and Distinguished Professor in the Zarb School of Business at Hofstra University returns to Psych Up to draw upon his extensive experience teaching and blogging on self-branding. He invites listeners to think through steps of self-reflection to identify qualities that translate into brands.

In the discussion with Host Dr. Suzanne Phillips, he considers the three aspects of self-branding and the difference between a person’s inherent self-brand and a person’s perceived self-brand. He shares stories that capture the importance of self-branding and offers do’s and dont's for formulating a personal self-brand.

When applying self-branding to the professional arena, Dr. Evans offers invaluable tips for tailoring your self-brand to the job being offered and as a platform for your resume and interview preparation. Whether you are looking for a date or a job, you will find this to be a very valuable show.

Featured Contributors

Jake Hartbarger is a 2014 punter and Michigan State commit from White House, Ohio.
Enoch Smith Jr. is a 2014 defensive tackle commit from Chicago, Illinois. 
Al Lesar is a staff writer for Notre Dame football at The South Bend Tribune.  

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