REINVENTING YOUR DORIE CLARK EBOOK
A step-by-step guide to reinventing you - Whether you want to advance faster at your present company. Dan Schawbel: What is the process someone goes through to reinvent their career? Dorie Clark: There are three steps to the reinvention. Here's my summary by soundbite of Dorie Clark's Reinventing You. Below is a summary of the book in quotes/soundbites. Unless otherwise.
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It sounds a bit like smarmy corporate-speak.
This unfortunate association is actually acknowledged in this book. Perhaps "reinvention" is a more accurate and appealing term.
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But change may come whether we like it or not. She offers two caveats though as you begin to build your narrative: The same is true of believing in yourself.
Reinventing You: Define Your Brand, Imagine Your Future by Dorie Clark
You need to ensure you align who you are with what you do. This is the walk-the-walk portion of the book.
Reinventing your dorie clark you reintroduce yourself, people will be looking to see if your actions reinforce the new message you are sending out. But I got laid off injust as the industry was collapsing, and realized it would be extremely difficult to get another job as a reporter: I had to reinvent myself.
Over the ensuring decade, I was very lucky to serve as a presidential campaign spokesperson, a nonprofit executive director, a documentary filmmaker, and now a marketing strategy consultant, author, and business school professor.