“You have to have some common sense when it comes to your personal brand. Personal branding suggests that success comes from self-packaging.”
What does your self-package hold? What are your likes, your dislikes, your hobbies, your interests, your favorite things?
What is your passion?
What do you see yourself accomplishing in the next five years? What do you see yourself getting excited about? What provokes you to do more research?
These are questions that I still ask myself today. Even after almost four years in college, I am trying to figure out my true passion and how I want to move forward with it. However, that is perfectly okay. There is no timeline when it comes to your personal brand. Life is all about time and you have plenty of time to thing of your thought process, your actions and results.
Start forming your personal brand through your online presence. Create social media accounts, connect with individuals who have share similarities and even some differences so you can expand your knowledge. Start writing on topics that hit home for you, that you need answers to. Follow some of your favorite blogs and watch videos that challenge your ideas and push you outside of your comfort zone.
I challenge you to be the best version of yourself.