Personal Brand Equity

Nicholas Papadopoulos, coordinator of the Fairfield County, Connecticut, Company of Friends group, revisits the concept of the Brand Called You in a recent newsletter transmitted by his coaching practice Sky's the Limit.

In the article "What's Your Brand Equity?" (to find the piece, select Resources/Events and then Readings), Papadopoulos suggests you start by addressing the following questions:

  • What is your vision and mission?
  • What is your value proposition that you offer?
  • What audience do you want to target?
  • What is your brand promise?
  • What are the action items that you plan to implement for your branding campaign?

He goes on to expand on each area of questioning. Regardless of whether you work for a large organization — or for yourself — these are good questions to return to occasionally. Sometimes it's less about branding and more about staying focused.

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  • amit calla

    yes i do agree wholly with what the article has to do , the process of self branding is a continuous process and also requires constant revival

    " buiding your brand is not about one good shot , it means keep on shooting ,
    you are like a olympic runner , you dont have time to stop take a break and see who is competing you, you just have to run .."

    be yourself be your brand
    gd bless you amit calla