Creating Your Personal Brand: A Workshop with Josh Steimle
"Your brand is what people say about you when you're not in the room." – Jeff Bezos
What do people say about you? Is it what you want them to say about you? We all have our own personal brand, but is yours what you want it to be? Is it helping you achieve your objectives?
Come learn from Josh Steimle, founder of Influencer Inc, author of more than 300 articles in publications like Forbes, Fortune, Time, Mashable, and TechCrunch, and TEDx speaker, as he teaches about "The 7 Systems of Influence" and how you can create a personal brand and leverage it to reach your goals. You'll learn:
- The difference between a personal brand and a powerful personal brand
- How to find your genius zone
- How to discover your audience
- How to create your personal brand tagline
- The tools that can help you craft compelling content
- How to turn your personal brand into higher compensation in your career, or growth for your business
Josh is a Startup Grind director in Hong Kong, the founder, and CEO of MWI and Author of Chief Marketing Officers at WorkRead More
Josh Steimle is a writer, speaker, and entrepreneur. He has written over 200 articles for publications like Inc, Forbes, Mashable, TechCrunch, Fast Company, and Time, and is the author of Chief Marketing Officers at Work. He is the CEO of MWI, a digital marketing firm he founded in 1999 with offices in Asia and the U.S, and is the director of the Hong Kong chapter of Startup Grind. Entrepreneur magazine recently recognized Steimle as one of 50 Online Marketing Influencers To Watch in 2016, and social media research firm Leadtail recently ranked Steimle #11 on their list of People Most Mentioned and Retweeted by CMOs. He has held various board positions on or otherwise worked with non-profit entities related to adoption, education, entrepreneurship, economics, and government policy. Steimle holds a Masters of Information Systems Management from Brigham Young University (BYU). Steimle started his marketing agency while a student at BYU where he won the BYU Business Plan Competition in 2001. Steimle was also named the Young Entrepreneur of the Year in 2002 by the Utah chapter of the Small Business Administration.