If someone were to visit your LinkedIn profile, scan your resume, or Google your name, what would they learn about you? There’s a good chance they could read your current job title and see a list of companies you’ve worked for. They can likely figure out your approximate age, your alma mater, and how well you use Microsoft Office.
The question is, would they learn enough to feel motivated to reach out?
I recently wrote an article on personal branding that was published in the Dallas Business Journal. For four strategies to elevate your personal brand to lead to career opportunities, read the article here.