“Your Personal Brand: Find it. Own it. Live it.” We’ve arrived at the third leg of the LEAP battle cry. What you do with your brand is a true test of your commitment to yourself. You have a branding platform you believe in and you are putting it out there for the world to see. What’s next? What does it mean to live your brand? If you’ve mastered “owning” your brand, “living” it could come naturally. If you’re still in the process of learning to own your brand, you might need
How many times have you shrugged off setbacks and disappointment by saying “I shouldn’t take it personally”? Duncan Coombe's Managing Yourself column at hbr.org exposes the absurdity of this sentiment. The column's headline, 'Don’t Take It Personally' Is Terrible Work Advice, resonates for all of us on the LEAP team. And our approach -- Your Personal Brand - Find it. Own it. Live it. -- provides concrete tools for you to truly take things personally at work and in your life.
David Brooks’ recent OpEd piece at nytimes.com shows a fresh perspective on what happens when we hit midlife. This is a period of life that is normally labelled a ”crisis” but as Brooks argues, views on this important transitional period have changed. Turns out, important life transitions are opportunities to grow and redefine yourself. LEAP urges everyone to embrace where you are in life by articulating your personal brand. Follow our motto: Your Personal Brand: Find it. Ow