A couple of months ago I shared my definition of success in this blog. There are some quotes from respectable scientists and other amazing people who support that vision that I have. I like to share them in this post. Read on to enjoy my top 10 collected quotes on success.
In the U.S. alone, 57 million of the country’s population were self-employed, according to a study from Upwork. And while operating your own business offers numerous advantages, such as the opportunity to skip the commute and pursue your passion, freelance life is not without its challenges. Read on for the benefits of an online presence and find out what needs to be done, to get the right person to the right job.
During my studies I started to work as a freelancer. I didn’t study for web-development and webdesign, but somehow I rolled into it. First I worked via an employment agency, later I decided that it was time to determine my own hourly wage. I know freelance life from the inside out, and along the way I came to conclude that being a freelancer is something way different than being an entrepreneur.
Just like the blog that I wrote called this is my definition of success, this is another thought of mine that was stuck in my head for quite a while. There are certain things that strikes me when it comes to the public perspective of making a difference. Let me explain why I think you don’t have to be an actress or a politician to have your voice heard, for making a difference and to do some good.
Lately I got a message from someone who read my blog Why you already have a personal brand. She wrote me a message in which she basically questioned: can i start a business? Although she was very sure about her business idea and own vision to make that idea work, she also didn’t quite know if there was an audience for that.
Everyone has a personal brand, whether you want one or not. It is defined by everything you do, from what you wear to how you treat people, from how you compose emails to the type of car that you’re driving. Let me explain what I’ve learned along the way about personal branding.
There has been a well-known saying throughout the history of art: “Every artist paints himself.” This catchphrase demonstrates that self-portraits were a big thing for artists throughout the years. But self-portraits has also been a way to promote the artists’ work and to find new customers for centuries now. This is how self-portraits have worked for those creatives.
Whether you need inspiration for your personal business, website or hobby, this post has you covered. Personal branding can be useful in any kind of field, especially now. I’ll mention three of my personal brand favorites, and explain why I like them so much. Read on for some personal brand examples!
I am always fascinated by lists like “The Most Powerful People In The World”, or “Forbes’ 30 under 30” and especially by how those lists are compiled and are consequently interpreted by the reader. In this blog post I would like to show you why the public definition of success strikes me – and how I would describe it myself.