There are classic sources of wisdom where the seeds of valuing oneself, in services and substance, have been planted. Authors like Dale Carnegie and Napoleon Hill spring to mind. Yet the term personal branding is often attributed as being anchored in public psyche circa 1997 by Tom Peters. He encouraged readers to learn from behemoth […]
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