Personal Branding with William Arruda, The Personal Branding Guru

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Personal Branding with William Arruda, The Personal Branding Guru

“You never going to build a strong brand if you don’t do one thing everyday to build your brand” ~ William Arruda

In this episode I interviewed the Personal Branding Guru, Willaim Arruda on Personal Branding Trends and Building a Successful Brand.

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Dubbed the personal branding guru by Entrepreneur magazine, William Arruda is a sought-after speaker on the topics of branding, career advancement, social media and employee motivation. He is credited with turning the concept of personal branding (introduced by Tom Peters) into a global industry. Combining his twenty years’ corporate branding experience with his passion for the people, he founded Reach Personal Branding – which now has representatives in 41 countries around the globe.

William is an accomplished entrepreneur, bestselling author and executive coach, but first and foremost, he’s a public speaker. He engages, motivates and inspires audiences with his limitless energy and unique blend of wit, story telling and humor. His client list reads like the pages of Fortune Magazine. Adobe, British Telecom, Cisco, Coca Cola, GE, IBM, J&J, JPMorgan, l’Oreal, Microsoft, Morgan Stanley, Nestle, Ogilvy, and Starwood Hotels are just a few in a long list of clients. As a thought-leader, William is a spokesperson on personal branding, online branding and career management.

He has appeared on BBC TV, the Discovery Channel and Fox News Live and has been featured in countless publications, including Forbes, Time, the Wall Street Journal and Harvard Business Review. William is the author of Ditch. Dare. Do! and Career Distinction. He holds a Master’s Degree in Education



William Arruda’s Website

Rebrand: The Ultimate Guide to Personal Branding

Why Every Entrepreneur Must Write A Book

The Art of Personal Branding

Dare.Ditch. Do!


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