What are you good at?

Selling ourselves is a struggle we all face at some point. Writing that motivation letter makes us feel uncomfortable.

It’s a constant dilemma: we want to show we have the skills to get that new job or make a change in our careers, but at the same time, we don’t want to look arrogant or cocky.


Why personal branding?

Stop selling yourself short

When you communicate to an audience, you’d better present yourself well. The words you choose reflect the value you place on yourself. Your self-image and confidence. And that’s what matters in communication. It is how the audience will perceive you.

* Adam on the left is just learning. Adam on the right knows what he is doing. Both are the same person, presented differently.


What's in it for me?

A clear direction and identity as a professional

3 different programs to make a significant change in your career:

1. Professional

Find the job you want.


  • What do you want to do next?
  • Discovering your strengths
  • Creating a relevant CV
  • Professional photo portrait *
2. Creative professional

Presenting your work professionally.


  • What do you want to do next?
  • Discovering your strengths
  • Creating a relevant CV
  • Professional photo portrait *
  • Selecting your best work
  • Visual Identity *
  • Website / Portfolio *
  • 1 month mentorship
3. Mentorship

One-on-one coaching.


  • Personalised coaching
  • Expert advice
  • Detailed feedback
  • Weekly Skype calls
  • Accountability on your progress
  • Support

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Below an example of what a clear identity as a professional looks like. Catherine presented herself as a hairdresser. Although she was really good at doing color, something not everyone can do.

We positioned Catherine as a hair stylist first, and we reinforced her best skills by adding them to her main description. After personal branding, everyone sees Catherine as a Hair Stylist & Color Specialist.

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