When Did You Stop Being You?: In Search of Your Personal Brand
Category:Non-Fiction - Motivational
- Publisher: Angel Mountain Publishing
- Publication Date: September 10, 2021
- Number of Pages: 128
- ISBN-10: 1737773104
- ISBN-13: 978-1737773108
- ASIN: B09FYLV8QJ
When Did You Stop Being You?: In Search of Your Personal Brand by Charlie Seraphin is a self-help, motivational book that offers powerful tools to help readers connect more intimately with themselves, redefine and embrace their purpose, and experience deeper levels of inner freedom, personal growth, and success. In this brief yet insightful book, the author examines what is essential when it comes to living a life that is authentic and that can have a positive impact on others. Being our true selves and exploring things that sync with our core values is all about building our personal brand. This book teaches readers how to embrace and build their personal brand and they will understand the factors that make them see themselves the way they do and find tools that enable them to see themselves the right way. Readers will understand the difference between the power of good friends and the distractions of bad ones, define who they truly are, create the foundation for a life of purpose, learn to be present and to eliminate the distractions that stand in the way of their growth, and a lot more.
Written in a conversational and engaging tone, When Did You Stop Being You?: In Search of Your Personal Brand is a book that every reader who wants to embrace authenticity should read. I particularly enjoyed how the author writes about the distractions that stand in our way towards personal growth and how to deal with them. The book is littered with powerful insights and wisdom that readers need in order to create the life they want for themselves. This is one of the books I needed to read this year and one that anyone who wants to start afresh should read. The book articulates the idea that our personal brand— which is about our values and personal pride — is a defining trait for personal fulfillment than work experience and what contemporary culture forces on us. Charlie Seraphin writes in a voice that is bold and confident, in prose that is excellent, and he delivers a message that is as resonant as it is timely. This book will change the way you see yourself and the way you live your values.