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Reinventing You with Dorie Clark: What She Would Do with Her Magic Wand

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reinventing you | dorie clarkToday I had the good fortune of discussing your personal brand with Dorie Clark.  Dorie is an international marketing expert who helps businesses increase sales and attract new clients by enhancing their reputation as industry leaders. Her clients include Google, Yale University and the World Bank, she is an adjunct professor of business administration at Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business and has lectured widely at the best schools across the US and internationally including the HEC-Paris.

I was so keen to connect with Dorie as part of the Squiggly Path series because her new book, Reinventing You: Define Your Brand, Imagine Your Future is an amazing resource for anyone who is seeking advice on how to examine their current career status and reposition themselves for the future.  In our previous interviews  we can connect dots and see some serendipity in career paths, which I don’t think will ever go away, but for those of you who need or want to manage the process I think this book is a perfect read.

There are a couple of places where the audio drops out, I apologize, but the lapses are brief!

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I hope you learned as much as I did.  What do you think, are you ready to embrace the concept of the brand of you and how this shapes you professionally?

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About Eileen Lonergan

I love my family, my business and learning new things. I live on the east coast, but spent six years living abroad. I currently design WordPress websites and provide internet marketing for a variety of clients. See my work at EileenLonergan.com or learn more at Google+

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  1. Hi Eileen, Thank you again for more squiggly line insights and tips!

    • Great interview from a great interviewer. My takeaway… in this day in age with information readily available online, it is imperative to design how our professional lives are branded. If you have the strength the courage to have others look at you in a constructive fashion, I liked the idea of the focus group at the individual level.

  2. Great content Eileen – really learned alot! @futureforgood

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