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How to Brand Yourself

In this Show

Grant Cardone and Jarrod Glandt offer business insights to help millennial thrive in the competitive marketplace. Grant and Jarrod begin the episode announcing that when it comes to branding and getting attention for yourself and your business there are NO shortcuts. You must be fully committed. These days people Google you. What do you want them to see when the find you online? Who are you? What are people saying about you? Who do you want to be? What do you want to be known for? These are the key questions one must ask when creating a brand identity.

Grant and Jarrod take callers and offer great insights to people in business looking to crank up even more. They ask callers if they can explain who they are in 12 words. This episode is the longest in Young Hustler history as it’s a topic Grant gets fired up about. Tune in for the steps to take when building a brand which include:

Steps to Build Your Personal Brand:
1. Define your purpose.
2. Be everywhere!
3. 24/7 No breaks!
4. Connect with the connected.

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