“I’m not valued at work. I’m not being promoted either financially or via title. I have issues with people I work with. I’m not certain what my goals are.”
If you say any of these things; it’s your fault. Most likely, you have a bad attitude and your personal brand is weak. If we did a brand coaching session with you, we would find fast answers to your lack of growth and they would have quite a bit to do with your attitude.
I read an article by Stanford Psychologist Carol Dweck – her latest study shows that attitude is a better predictor of success than IQ.
After years of coaching, I agree fully.
Your personal brand needs to reflect who you really are and help you to rise to your best self on your worst day.
Knowing your personal brand, living out your brand attributes, helps you to remember who you are and why you do what you do – which hopefully, can change your attitude to one that inspires, unites and leads even when times are tough.