invisible personal brand

14 invisible personal brand cases that have changed the world

When an invisible personal brand can change the story if it weren't for someone dared break the rules, now we wouldn't be where we are. It's always hard to talk about personal brand and celebrities. Bias is great, because people who change the world are confused with others who, Just, they're different. Soil … Read more

personal brand and castells

Personal brand and castells

As you know, a few weeks ago UNESCO designated the castells as an intangible cultural heritage of humanity. We find it a unique opportunity to establish a simile with the creation of personal brands. The Castells are a festive event typical of Catalonia, more than 200 years old. It consists of the lifting of human towers … Read more

Pensar antes de lanzar

Think before you launch any comments on the net

Micro-post. He leído hace poco sobre la iniciativaThink B4U post“, una amalgama de letras que descifrada vendría a decirthink before you post“, osea, pensar antes de lanzar algún comentario en la red. La iniciativa partió del día internacional de la seguridad en internet, en la pasada edición de marzo, y hace reflexionar sobreRead more

médico de familia con marca personal

Médico de familia con marca personal

Nos llama la atención una noticia que aparece hoy en La Vanguardia bajo el título: “Mi médico de familia es bloguero“. Nos alegramos que por fin este colectivo tan discreto se decida por utilizar las herramientas de la web 2.0 para reforzar su marca personal y de paso dar a sus pacientes una información muyRead more

charged batteries

Batteries charged? Work your personal brand as a new seasonal challenge

They say that September and January are new stages. September means reentré, the start of work after the holiday, with the batteries charged to the fullest and perhaps some with that little depression that involves the turn “al cole”

Smile

Networking 05 / Smile!

Smile Smiles, Please. This is a simple and basic principle of personal branding, and a lot of people skip it. Nobody likes to do business with someone who frowns. It's easier to build up working relationships with someone who says good morning with a smile. This basic rule was created in 1936 By … Read more