5 Steps to Becoming Memorable

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At my dad’s funeral, at least 5 men came up to our family and told us he was the best friend they’d ever had. They’ll always remember him for his encouraging phone calls and long talks over lunch at the local pastrami joint. My dad faithfully calendared his friends to ensure spending time with them.

Like me, you probably want to be noticed, acknowledged, remembered for something positive…but becoming memorable will take some intentionality on your part. The following recommended article is written to executives, but I think the steps apply to everyone.

If you’re thinking about developing your “personal brand”–how you want others to perceive you–then read the full article here.

Originally published on surpassyourdreams.com by Deborah Brown-Volkman.

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