The only thing between you and your next gig is your personal brand.

I want you to get your next gig, and so do you. I've gotten every single one of my job offers and freelance gigs from building my personal brand

 

As a freelancer or a solopreneur, you're selling you to your clients. Your skills, your ability, and your personality are the things that your clients love most about you. The only thing that would make your business better is if more people knew how great you are.

 

How often do people change jobs?

Today, you can expect to change jobs 10–15 throughout the course of your career. You can't take your title with you to the next job, but you can take your personal brand.

Read the article by Alison Doyle »

Personal brand or company brand? How to make the decision:

Somehow, the world has to know who you are. Should they know your company, or should they know you? (Hint: They should know you.)

Read the article by Gary Vee »

Who are we?

A perfect example of personal brand is one of our own. Diego Segura has built an excellent personal brand through his website, a podcast, blog posts, social media activity, 

See the live website we built »

 
 
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Our Practice

thirdbreath is run out of Austin, Texas by Diego Segura. Of course, my personal brand site is where you can find out all about me.

 
 
 

"All of us need to understand the importance of branding. We are CEOs of our own companies: Me Inc. To be in business today, our most important job is to be head marketer for the brand called You. "

— Tom Peters in Fast Company

 
 
 
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Personal Brand Is Security

Your personal brand is the only thing that you can take with you to your next gig. It's time you get your brand off the ground.