Career & Business

Should You Put Your "Real" Personality Into Your Brand?

July 8, 2014

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Do you ever feel torn between different parts of your personality —  especially when it comes to how you represent yourself in the world?

After all, we humans have multiple personalities, so to speak. At different times we can be humorous, inspirational, sarcastic, kind, angry, authoritative, blunt, poetic, direct, friendly and a million other things too.

Whether you write (a blog, book, newsletter, social media updates, articles, etc.) or speak publicly on behalf of your company, it’s important to consciously choose the tone and language you use to communicate your message.

But with all these different parts of your identity, how do you choose which voice to use out in the world? And is it really wise to show your real personality in a professional setting?

This is the topic we’re diving into today on MarieTV. You’ll learn two simple keys to consciously choosing a genuine brand to represent your business, and helps you make the difference you were born to make.

Note: this isn’t about being one-dimensional, but it is about being conscious about the words you choose to use!

Now, I’d love to hear from you.

Do you ever feel conflicted between what you think is your “real” personality and the one you show in business? What say you on this topic of brand voice?

Remember, countless incredible souls from every corner of the globe come here to learn, connect and be inspired.

So please comment below with as much detail as you can. You just never know — your share may be exactly what someone else needs to hear to have a breakthrough.

Thank you so much for watching, reading and sharing your genius with kindness and compassion.

You make my world and I could not be more grateful.

With all my love,

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