Why Small Business Owners Need a Personal Brand

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What is your personal brand?

Your unique brand identity should reflect your personality, values, and expertise. But, have you set yourself up with a personal brand that reflects your authority as a subject matter expert, resonates with your audience, and sets you apart from the competition?

We’re talking about why entrepreneurs need a personal brand on today’s 15{ish} Minute Coffee Chat live stream and podcast with Anna and Selena.

Let’s Meet Our Guest

Chellie Phillips

Successfully Ever After

Chellie Phillips is a sweet-tea-sipping, sassy Southerner with a passion for helping dynamic, driven, career-minded professionals write their own success stories. She’s a coach, corporate trainer, and motivational speaker, as well as the author of two award-winning books:

–> When In Doubt, Delete It

–> Get Noticed, Get Hired.

Chellie’s “Successfully Ever After” formula is designed to land you in an ideal career, perfectly matched to your skillset, that feels more like “get to” than “got to.” For over 20 years, she has used her first-rate public relations and communication skills to help countless people create an authentic personal brand designed to get them noticed and hired. She also leads corporate trainings about creating a company culture that encourages employee support, growth, and community.

Chellie is on a mission to help others tune in to what makes them great, package it properly, and use their existing skillset to find the path to their highest potential!

Espresso Shot(s)

—> What are the elements of a personal brand?

—> How do you effectively share your brand story with others?


Grab the FREE download Build Your Success Brand: A Brand Strategy Expert’s Secret to Creating a Personal Brand Designed to Increase Sales.

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This episode’s Tip Jar is brought to you by Caitlynn Eldridge, Eldridge CPA, LLC

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Thanks for joining us on today’s 15{ish} Minute Coffee Chat! We’d love to hear from you.


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