Reinvent Yourself in 30 Days
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Reinvent Yourself in 30 Days

Stop letting others define you. Learn branding process to build a career of influence & distinction.
3.9 (4 ratings)
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Published 10/2012
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  • 2.5 hours on-demand video
  • 1 Supplemental Resource
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • In this course you will learn how to identify the core of your personal brand, create a mission statement and tagline for yourself.
  • You will learn how to face potential barriers in your career and attract the most lucrative opportunities.
  • By the end of this course you will have learned how to craft a powerful personal brand to help you achieve your goals.
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With so much competition and change happening in the market, it’s more important than ever to create a personal brand. Yet, personal branding is so overlooked and misunderstood. Without a solid and relevant personal brand, you are just another little silver fish in a sea filled with little silver fish.

It doesn’t matter how good you are at what you do, or how amazingly superior your work performance is compared to others inside and outside your company – if you are not the person who comes immediately to mind when a new position opens or a key project requires exceptional talent, then it’s imperative that you become both visible and relevant with a strong personal brand!

By creating an authentic and meaningful personal brand you will be:

●  Valued for who you are professionally and personally

●  Attract the promotions and projects you desire

●  Create new opportunities and demand for your talents

●  Walk your career path with integrity

●  Distinguish yourself in your company and your field

●  Command more money while doing what you love

In this month long course on branding process you have 1 video per day as well as a workbook with daily exercises that will help you reveal the soul of your brand so that you can craft a mission statement, tagline, face barriers to your career goals and attract clients. 

Who is the target audience?
  • Professionals who want to reignite their careers.
  • Business Owners who want to want to attract more opportunities.
  • Professionals and Business Owners who wish to set themselves apart from their competition.
  • Professionals and Business Owners who want to improve the authenticity of their message.
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Curriculum For This Course
32 Lectures
Reinvent Yourself in 30 Days Workbook
1 Lecture 00:00
Here is your Reinvent Yourself In 30 Days workbook.  After you watch each video, make sure you complete ALL of the daily exercises, and write your answers in the workbook.
Reinvent Yourself in 30 Days Workbook
68 pages
Define Your Value And Purpose
10 Lectures 43:59

Think of Yourself as a Brand.

What are people saying about your brand? What is the meaning beyond your name? Did you know that you can actually plant ideas in their hearts and minds to create a positive, lasting impression?

That's right; people can be brands, too.

Preview 05:43

Ask yourself, if I were a product, what would I be, and why? Would you be Apple because you “Think Different”? Would you be Nike because you like to “Just Do it”? Would you be Lexus because you’re obsessed with the “Relentless pursuit of perfection”?

If you were a brand or product, what would you be and why?

Preview 02:18

The first step in defining your personal brand is to dig deep to unearth who you are, what you stand for, and what you believe in. Successful corporate and personal brands are built on core values. Your values are integral to your brand qualities. So what is it that you truly value?
Preview 06:20

What really makes you happy? What do you love to do? Who you are can be inferred from the things that interest you the most. These may overlap with some of your values. For example, someone may value courage, and identify skiing, surfing, and rock climbing as passions.

Day 4 - What Gets You Out of Bed in the Morning?

In addition to a financial objective, every successful company has a “mission,” which incorporates its values, talents and strengths, while communicating the brand’s essence and purpose in the world. To help companies define their brand’s purpose, and to keep it top of mind among employees, companies develop “mission statements”.

For individuals, the mission statement pulls us toward our possibilities, our dreams, our purpose in the world. It should resonate with your core values and talents, while expressing your higher ideals.
Day 5 - Identify Your Talents

To find the courage to be exactly who you are and reach your potential, it’s important to look back and see how fearless you’ve been in your life. From there, you can begin to define your mission and blue sky your goals and aspirations.

Day 6 - Recognize Your Strengths

Today you are going to shine a light on what makes you positively different from the competition. In order to reveal your true value and potential in business and life, you need to consider what makes you unique.

Day 7 - Define Your Unique Attributes

To truly succeed, you must become a specialist. Being a generalist is very old news. What you call your specialty is of major importance to your brand’s success in the workplace. No matter the type of business, the specialist always makes more money than the general practitioner. Your area of expertise — your specialty — doesn’t have to be an art or science. It may be a factor of your personality or one of the prized attributes you’ve already identified. You might be someone who has developed a reputation as a skilled listener. You might be a researcher with an expertise in the Hispanic market, or a screen writer specializing in romantic comedy. Identify the strengths and/or passions and talents you possess that have money-making potential. Then, narrow your focus to an area you can develop as your niche or specialty.

Day 8 - Become a Specialist

Dreams come true when we take responsibility for the things we want. When you finally uncover, and get serious about your heart’s desire, the universe starts listening. Begin thinking about your personal mission. Listen for trumpets in the background, imagine a drum roll. Companies with powerful mission statements, and employees that embrace these statements, walk the walk and talk the talk. But, before you can craft your mission, you need to define your dreams. When you commit your dreams to paper, you release them out into the world. Then when you speak of your dreams, you move them another inch closer to reality.

Day 9 - Define Your Dreams and Put Them Into Action

You are now ready to articulate your mission. Think about what you’re really good at and compose a short statement that contains what matters most to you, your purpose and what inspires you. It should incorporate your values, talents and strengths, while communicating your “essence” and purpose in the world. In the beginning, you can make it as long as you like, but then you will have to boil it down to seven words or less. Your mission statement is the foundation of your brand strategy, but remember, it is not cast in stone. It will continue to change and evolve as you gain insights about yourself and what you want out of life.

Day 10 - Craft Your Mission Statement
Build Your Brand
10 Lectures 55:15

Your brand is like your thumbprint: something absolutely, individually yours. 

You know your brand’s mission, and have created a mission statement. And because you’ve recognized what makes you one of a kind and chosen a specialty, you have in effect your brand’s raw definition. It’s time to write it out in a brand description that evolves the world’s perception of you while deepening your value.

Your brand description conveys what exactly it is that you do, how it’s different from what everyone else does, and why it is crucial that people do business with you. It always answers their key question, “What’s in it for me?” If you were in an elevator with a member of your target audience and you only had 30 seconds to make an unforgettable impression, what exactly would you say about yourself?

Day 11 - Build Your Brand Description

You’ve identified your particular skills and best qualities, and accumulated a list of descriptive words and phrases that correspond to your professional self. You’ve recognized what makes you one-of-a-kind, and chosen a specialty. You have clearly defined yourself in your brand description. Now it’s time to refine it down to its essence with a tagline.

Day 12 - Your Tagline (Short Hand For You)

No matter your position, mission, financial goals or personal dreams, identifying and earning the devotion of your target audience is the interlocking and necessary means to reaching your objectives. But don’t be unreal. Don’t try to be what you are not.

Day 13 - Go After Your Target Audience With A Vengeance

Once you’ve identified your target audience(s) and know where they are, what do you want them to think of you? What’s in it for them? Write down in the form of a quote how you would like one of the people or groups of people listed above to talk about you to others. They should say why they like working with you and what they get out of it. What specific attributes do you possess that make their job easier and more fulfilling? How do they experience you?
Day 14 - What Do You Want Them To Think?

Day 15 - Attracting Your Target Audience

With a new awareness and appreciation of your talents, a powerful mission and a clear understanding of your target audience, your brand’s on the launch pad with both engines firing. So what’s stopping you? Could it be the uncharted territory ahead, or those meteors you can just barely see off in the distance?

Day 16 - What's Stopping You?

It’s not a question of if you’re going to run into a problem, it’s only a question of when.

Day 17 - A Contingency Plan for Brand Barriers

We’ve already established that your brand goes nowhere when fear rules. You’ve got to get on top of your fears, or through them, or past them into a place called the No Fear Zone. This is a great place to be—and your brand will flourish here — but it’s not easy to get into, and it’s definitely not easy to stay in once you’re there.

Day 18 - Creating A No Fear Zone

You Gotta Have Friends

The road to success is a lot smoother when it is lined with cavalcades of supportive colleagues and zealous mentors to sing your praises, open doors for you, and provide sage advice. Look for guides, teachers and promoters among your friends, your family, and your colleagues to smooth your path and to help create an atmosphere for your success.

Day 19 - Recruit A Squad Of Brand Cheerleaders

Dressing for success today means reflecting your authentic self in a way that attracts your target audience.

In any business situation, appearances count big-time. Your challenge is two-fold: to make your exterior appealing to your target audience, and to make sure your exterior is as much a genuine reflection of your interior as possible. What does your audience want to see? What kind of package do these people respond to, feel safe with, understand, respect, admire? What kind of package can you put together to motivate, or even excite, your audience?

Day 20 - The Secrets to Packaging Your Brand
Craft Your Marketing Plan
11 Lectures 41:18

So you’re flawed. Who isn’t? Cultivate a personal style, identify your own personality, accept its markers and integrate them into your brand strategy. Do you sparkle? Do you demonstrate your creativity or your competence in action and word? Are you curious, earnest, self-deprecating sure of yourself, steady, clever, or adventurous — and how do you show it? A lot of people think charisma is something you are born with — and they’re right. But what not everyone knows is that we’re all born with it. Whether or not we all use it is another question.

Day 21 - Get Comfortable In Your Own Skin - Part 1

Day 21 - Get Comfortable In Your Own Skin - Part 2

Charisma can be thought of as a magnetic element of the authentic self. When you allow your true self to open to your audience your magnetism draws them to you. It’s not so much a matter of your putting something across to them, but of your being open to receiving something from them — mainly their interested attention and positive response, even their admiration and love.

So how do you connect with your target audience?

Day 22 - Unleash Your Charisma

Among the things in life that people are most terrified to do, public speaking is considered a fate worse then death. But don’t let that stop you! Let the world know who you are by developing a speech on the topic of your expertise. Not only will it help define you, it will show you what you are really capable of. It’s amazing how you can transform yourself into a brand leader when you stand up in front of a group of people. You don’t have to make a career of it, but you do have to put your brand out in front of people to make it a success.
Day 23 - Develop Your Presentation

Videotape yourself. Make a production of it. Grab a friend and conduct a phony interview for taping purposes. Dress for it. Or rehearse your speech in front of the mirror and tape it. Then review it with your brand cheerleaders and colleagues.
Day 24 - Let's Go To The Video Tape

Reinventing yourself asks you to think about your brand in this very intense, obsessive way: writing it down, talking it up, and putting it out in the universe to fulfill its destiny. Managing yourself, your product, your time, your family, the information you receive is a lot, but as CEO of your life, who else is going to do it? Keep your eye on the prize and constantly and consistently work towards that end. Hey, no one said branding was easy…but the rewards for this effort are HUGE.
Day 25 - Devise a Plan and Get On With It

Any advertising you do to promote your brand should strive to accomplish the following:

• Communicate your promise and mission

• Address your key benefits

• Cut through the clutter with strong message and visuals

• Efficiently and effectively reach your target audience

• Make a positive impact and invite action

Day 26 - Everyone Needs a Little Advertising

Creating an event around your new brand will help people see you in the new light you’re casting. My company hosts a girl’s night out for our female clients from different cable networks. It’s always an unforgettable evening – a feast of great dishes and great “dish.” You could host brown bag lunch sessions at your office to share your expertise or have the boss over for dinner and show him or her how you can put together a great evening. Can’t cook? Bring in the food and serve it on beautiful dishes. Let them see who you really are outside the office.

Day 27 - Host an Event

Promotions are a great way to get people through the door, to sample your product or service and to stay loyal to your brand. When you set out to develop a promotion for your brand make sure that it gets you noticed in the right way. Each promotion that you execute on behalf of your personal brand should generate brand awareness and build brand equity, reflect your brand’s value proposition and reinforce your position in the market.

Day 28 - When in Doubt Run a Promotion

Don’t let a lack of money be an excuse for not jump-starting your dream. It’s time to muster the courage and take the necessary action to show the world what you’re made of! If you’re just cruising at your company, work towards getting out into a new job or go for that promotion. Don’t just languish thinking that someone is going to save you. Crunch the numbers to see what it will take to make your big move.

Day 29 - Crunch the Numbers

Getting behind a cause is good for business and makes you look like a hero. In fact, research shows that most Americans would rather do business with brands that are responsible and contribute. When prospective employers or customers see your philanthropic nature, they will trust you more. And, so will the people you volunteer with. You never know who you will meet by volunteering… a new employer, a possible client, a potential business partner!
Day 30 - Make a Difference
About the Instructor
Robin Fisher-Roffer
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Ranked on the Top 5 List of Most Influential Brand Gurus in the World, Robin Fisher Roffer provides the rocket fuel that has ignited the launch pad of dozens of brands across the globe. Crafting brand-building strategies and marketing plans for major corporations like Sony, Time-Warner and 20th Century Fox, Robin’s dynamic spark has unearthed the soul of some of the world’s most beloved brands and in turn defined a who’s who of successful ventures.

As Founder and CEO of Big Fish Marketing, Robin has launched and reinvented brands such as A&E, AMC, Aon, Bloomberg, CB Richard Ellis Investors, CNN, Comedy Central, Discovery, Disney Channel, History, Lifetime, MTV, Oxygen, TBS, TV Guide and wet n wild cosmetics.

Her expertise has contributed to the visionary launches of domestic cable networks such as Animal Planet, FX, GSN, Hallmark Channel, TLC and TNT as well global brands like action/adventure channel AXN, general entertainment network SET in India and Latin America, Cinenova, a Dutch movie channel and ANIMAX, an anime channel in Japan.

Drawing on her experience in creating some of the world’s leading brands, in 2001 Robin became the pioneer of personal branding when she penned her first book MAKE A NAME FOR YOURSELF: Eight Steps Every Woman Needs to Create a Personal Brand Strategy for Success. The critically acclaimed book guides readers to build a concrete plan to find professional success by applying tested branding principals to personal image, enabling them to hone themselves as their own best asset.

THE FEARLESS FISH OUT OF WATER: How To Succeed When You’re The Only One Like You shows professionals how to stay connected and relevant at work while maintaining a unique identity, how to fit in without blending in, and how to transform what’s different about you to your advantage.

Robin’s latest book REINVENTING YOURSELF: 10 Steps To Shifting Your Career Into High Gear, is a “Vook” (video book available in the iTunes apps store). It’s the definitive guide for professionals and business owners who want be valued for their true talents, reach their highest potential and make more money.

Utilizing material from her books, Robin develops and leads corporate training programs and workshops for top potentials and sales teams at powerhouse companies like Philips, Mattel, Cox Media and UBS. The programs teach executives how to build their own personal brands to create lasting impressions and increase revenue.

An acclaimed speaker and media personality on the topics of career reinvention and personal branding, Robin often keynotes conferences for major corporations, business organizations and universities. She appears as a career expert on national TV and radio shows, and is a contributing career writer for Martha Stewart’s Whole Living magazine.

Robin’s core belief is that entertainment should be leveraged for a greater good.

She has received accolades for developing community outreach programs like Lifetime’s “Women Rock” a concert event designed to raise awareness for breast cancer issues; CNN’s “Your Choice Your Voice” high school-based election promotion; FSN’s “Reading All-Stars” literacy campaign; “History’s “Save Our History” which raised money and awareness for the World War II Memorial; and Comedy Central’s “Comedy RX,” a hospital-based program promoting the healing powers of laughter.

Prior to Big Fish, Robin was Manager of Creative Services for TNT. There her education in branding went into high gear as she crafted advertising campaigns designed to create awareness for TNT's original movies. Later she directed affiliate-aimed advertising and promotion for CNN, Headline News, TNT and TBS.

Robin lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico where she works with her husband and partner Steven and cares for the apple of their eye, daughter Roxy.