Discover the power of personal branding for entrepreneurs at Barrington Public Library, with author and brand mentor Rachel Dunham, who recently published a reflection journal titled, [Re] Discover Yourself [Re] Define Your Brand.
Over the last decade, Dunham has helped hundreds of people express their vision for their business and for their lives through their brands. And in doing so, she’s discovered that comes through creating a powerful personal brand within your business. It’s what’s inside of you that’s the attraction. People are drawn to your inner radiance. And though many of us are becoming much better at trusting our intuition, the majority of decisions are made based on perceptions. When your brand reflects your inner beauty, you’re able to connect with others quicker and more authentically.
Creating a powerful personal brand within your business begins with clarity. Join Dunham as she’ll walks you through the exact steps to take in order to do just that, and why it’s so important. Because at the end of the day people don’t buy from you because of what you do. They buy because of who you are and why you do it.
Rachel Dunham is the owner and founder of Brand Therapy®, a creative company dedicated to supporting change-agents by providing them the confidence to communicate their message in a bigger, more beautiful way. She has spent the last decade collaborating with and building brands for some of the top transformational, multi-million dollar leaders in the coaching and healing industries. Rachel believes that by allowing your unique style to shine through in your brand, you can connect with others on a deeper and more emotional level. And, she is passionate about helping women build their self-confidence and self-love through visual expression. To learn more, please visit yourbrandtherapy.com.
Free and open to all.
Join us for an author reception with light refreshments from 6 to 6:30 pm and a presentation at 6:30 pm.
Books will be available for sale and signing at a discount by the author.
This event is in partnership with Rogers Free Library