Author Archives: Tim Mushey

Nailing The First 15 Seconds: Making A Killer First Impression

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A Wicked Brand – By A Dude With A NameTag

I love Scott Ginsberg. He is truly one of a kind. That’s what it means to have an awesome personal brand right?

He has been wearing a name tag for many many years – every day for that matter.

Check out his Ted Talk video, to learn a little more about the man that puts a smile on my face every time I read his content!

Drop by my new facebook page and say hi:

http://www.facebook.com/Tim.Mushey

Have a great weekend!

Have A Laugh Fridays – Social Media Reflections In 2062!

This is so AWESOME! I wonder if we will be talking like this in 2062????

Please share with your network today.

Stop by my re-branded Facebook page and say hi when you have a sec at:

http://www.facebook.com/Tim.Mushey

Enjoy your weekend wherever you are in the world :-)

25 Ways to Use Your Image & Elevate Your Brand

I really enjoyed this list by Stephanie! Take good notes. There are many very important points here!

 

Source: 25 Ways to Use Your Image & Elevate Your Brand

The Destructive Nature of Can’t

Short and sweet, yet very powerful message. Are you a “Can” or a “Can’t?”

Source: The Destructive Nature of Can’t

Have A Laugh Fridays – Treadmill Dance

Thanks to my wife for showing me this a few days ago.

I can totally do this:

I’m So Proud Of My Wife – Check This out!

My wife has been doing some very cool stuff for the past few weeks!

Check out this great post.

Inspiring, and incredibly motivating!

Brand You: How Your Personal Brand Matters

This is just a FANTASTIC post on personal branding! Take a few minutes to absorb this information over the weekend.

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I came across this amazing slide show presentation on how to brand the most important brand to all of us: yourself. Brand you is more than just your hereditary characteristics and your physicality infrastructure; it’s your daily habits, how you present yourself, how you express and maintain your intangibles and what information you know and share.

Personal branding always stays with you, whether you’re cognizant of it or not. So make sure you’re aware of the implications that a negative brand can carry, and the rewards and opportunities that a positive brand can carry.

When people talk about your reputation and are asked to describe you, these are concise statements about what your brand means and how others perceive your brand. Make sure it aligns with how you see yourself.

Check out this incredible slide show, thanks to @BrianFanzo: 

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I’m FINALLY on Instagram! How ‘Bout You?

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Hey Everyone!

Sorry I have been MIA for so long. I started a new job in February which I LOVE, but I have been very busy travelling and meeting everyone.

I am also working on a new project which is very exciting.

Hopefully all is well with you.

So big social media news from me. I have finally taken the plunge and joined Instagram :-)

You can find me at:

https://instagram.com/timmushey/

When I had some time off over Christmas and in to January, I repurposed a lot of my blog content on LinkedIn Pulse. You can see it over at:

https://ca.linkedin.com/in/timmushey

Since we are on a roll connecting today, you can also find me at:

https://www.facebook.com/SellLeadSucceed
https://twitter.com/TimMushey73
https://plus.google.com/+TimMushey/about
https://www.youtube.com/user/TimMushey/videos

I will follow back.

Have a FANTASTIC Thursday.

All the best!

Tim

How Educated Are You?

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We know it all

We have all the right answers

Our learning was done the last day we walked out of school

That is narrow-minded thinking!

  • Our brain needs “exercise”
  • Keep growing and learning

When is the last time you listened to a great podcast, grabbed a book or read a blog?

I know talk radio and music can be fun to listen to while driving, but schedule “educational windshield time” each week.

Need a new reference group?

Check out http://www.meetup.com

And see what groups are congregating in your community!

You might be surprised at the great new contacts that you make!

Let’s Connect!

You can find me at:

If you have any questions about moving forward with your business, I would love to hear from you. You can find me at: TimMushey@gmail.com