Two core questions to answer as a personal brand or business:

What will this brand be known for? 

Why will people want to work with me (or hire me)?

The answer should reflect your distinct point-of-view.

A distinct point of view says this is why I’m here.

This is what I stand for and believe.

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Do one thing everyday that scares you. 


I used to worry about saying the things that were in my heart because they didn’t sound original enough. 

Or because it had already been said by someone else.

No matter how many times it has been said before, if it is coming from a sincere place, it will be the right message. 






 Do the thing that scares you. 

Find a way to build bridges.

Be a connector. 

Connect with your calling. Connect your heart. Connect to others. 

Listen to the whispers of you soul


In the comments below share your point of view.


By |2017-03-03T10:53:24-08:00February 10th, 2016|Personal Branding|1 Comment

About the Author:

Tami Smith is the founder of The Dawning Point and creator of "Where Do You Shine" assessment which has helped self-explorers, soul seekers, and visionaries strengthen their confidence, focus, and purpose.

One Comment

  1. robin February 11, 2016 at 8:05 am

    My point of view has to do with the power of learning from ones own felt – mind, body, soul – experience. It’s always been inside me, this compulsion to experience for myself a thing – whether an actual thing, like a caterpillar or a situation, like walking along a dangerous edge on a hike. Fortunately, my mother, an artist and nature lover, gave me every possible opportunity to experience life growing up. SHe nurtured in me a kind of vital curiosity that I feel each and every day. In both my personal and professional life, I live this and encourage it in my clients.

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