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Ever wondered what personal brand business owners struggle with the most? Identifying what they want to be known for. This one aspect is crucial for business success, and may be the missing piece to the puzzle for your growth, both as an entrepreneur and an individual.
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In this episode, Chris shares his top tips for figuring out what you want to be known for. Tune into the full episode where Chris walks you through an exercise that will identify what people regularly ask you for help on, things that you don't like talking about, and all the things that make you unique.
- [02:45] - The one big reason why a lot of personal brand entrepreneurs don’t become super successful
- [04:06] - List #1: What do people come to you for help on?
- [05:18] - List #2: What do you not enjoy doing?
- [07:04] - List #3: What makes you, YOU?
Essential Learning Points From This Episode
- Identifying the things that people regularly ask for your help on
- Receiving clarity on the areas you don’t like talking about
- Why Chris doesn’t agree with working on your weaknesses and delegates them instead
- Realising what makes you unique
Important Links & Mentions From This Episode
- Join the Youpreneur Incubator 2022 Coaching Group Waitlist
- Join the Profitable Personal Entrepreneurs Facebook Group
- Subscribe to Chris’ YouTube Channel
- Browse the Youpreneur FM Podcast Archive
- Download your FREE copy of the Personal Branding Roadmap
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