Personal Brand: Stay Sweet in Style

Personal Branding Podcast

Personal Brand: Stay Sweet in Style

Personal Branding Today’s Take Away

Staying Sweet in Spirit & Style

1. Know your roots (your roots here represents your gifts and talents. It’s not necessarily being born into a Royal or wealthy family. Your talents and gifts will be your strongest roots to grow. Find them and feed them.

2. Learn the ropes (Study your roots, history, and mysteries, every trade has it’s secrets, know the tongue of your trade) The unique things that will set you apart for generations. It may be minute, but polish it, make that gem shine. Master your gifts and Polish your crafts.

3. Ride with confidence. You are the first version(First Lady/Gentleman) of your Life – act accordingly). Step out with your best foot forward always. Your giftedness is your Royal gold, hold it up high, be proud of it, and harness its potentials. Knowing who you are and what you carry boosts your confidence. Stride with boldness.

4. Stay in style. Dress your best. Daze and dazzle daily. You are a Royal, dress like one. Let your appearances speak volumes about you – sell yourself with your brand visuals. Slay and stun your world. Remember to dress for the occasion – never go unprepared, under-dressed, or over-dressed. No one size fits all, each occasion and platform demands a certain outlook.

5. Be tactful and stay relevant. Don’t lose your luster and relevance as you grow(age). Mentor others, impact, and offer more value.
Employ strategies to stay top of mind consistently. 

Let the Queen & King in you Reign.
Stay Sweet in Spirit and in Style.

“The most important thing to remember is that you can wear all the greatest clothes and all the greatest shoes, but you’ve got to have a good spirit on the inside. That’s what’s really going to make you look like you’re ready to rock the world.” —Alicia Keys

Inspirational Image attached: First Lady Melania Trump and Duchess Camilla – A member of the British Royal Family


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