Staying Authentic When Your Life Gets Moved to the Internet

Posted on: Apr 28, 2020

Categories: Career Growth, Change Management

Now that so many of us have had to move our whole lives online, from meetings and happy hours to family gatherings and coffee dates,  creating an authentic personal brand online has never been more important.

We also have been stripped of so many of the ways we used to meet new people and make professional connections to move our business forward, and so building relationships over social media has reached a new level of importance as well.

If you want to strengthen the way you show up online—everything from polishing your social media profiles to generating leads and connecting with people in a deep way—I have something that will really motivate you.

On episode #47 of The Next 24 Hours,  I’m thrilled to be interviewing Ian Moyse, the Director of Sales at Natterbox, a company based in the UK that specializes in cloud-based telecommunications.  He was recognized as UK Sales Director of the Year, ranked in the top most influential Sales Lead Management. He’s a leading voice on personal branding, cloud & software sales, and leadership.

In my conversation with him, you’ll get to hear: 

  • Personal brand pitfalls to avoid
  • How to set up all of your social profiles so that they don’t harm your career
  • How Ian accidentally realized the incredible impact of a digital footprint 
  • Keys to building organic professional relationships on LinkedIn
  • How to use social media for sales in a way that’s authentic and effective 
  • The question you need to be prepared to answer once this pandemic winds down
  • Insights on differences on the effects of COVID in the U.K. versus the U.S.

You won’t want to miss this one! Find this episode on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Play or listen in the player below.

On this episode, we also announced free access to my VIP Experience, which is all of the most valuable content I’ve created over the last twenty years all available to you for no charge on my website.

You can access it here.