(The “image” is the key to personality, presentation, and behaviour)

Be Authentic

The brand you develop must be true to your values and strengths to remain aligned with your experience and expertise. How do you define yourself? What makes you unique? What do you want to be known for? Your values influence your behaviours, your choices and emotions.

Be Consistent

Decide what is truly important to your image and increase the effort to be consistent. What do you represent? What do you stand for? What idea pops up when somebody hears your brand?

Understand Emotions

Your emotions play a major role in how you think, behave and how others perceive you. Feelings that don’t reflect your positive side and confidence can affect your performance as well as your image. Be aware that your choices reflect your image and emotions.

Be Willing To Adjust

Adjust your own beliefs as you continue your journey, this is also about opening yourself up to new opportunities, new thoughts, and viewpoints.

Compete Against Yourself

Accept who you are or make changes, evaluate your values and goals consistently to make room for improvement, always be thinking of ways to become bigger and better.

Be Grateful

Gratefulness is a choice which we can remember in every moment and especially in the most desperate times, we can leverage this throughout the hard turns we approach, being thankful and aware of simple successes lead to appreciative attitude and helps maintain the overall image of your brand.