Developing a personal brand takes a whole team!

I am not sure when I got this idea, but I’ve been at it for a while as it seems to be helping me grow as a person. That also being something I’ve been working on for a while; self improvement.

I’ll be the first to admit that I’m not the easiest to deal with. I can be a bit much. Now, however, I seem to be reeling in my creativity and channeling it into more positive things such as this personal brand. I want my brand to reflect what I see in the world, and that is going to sound corny, but I’ma say it anyways: “If I grow, everyone around me grows”. I dig it!

A few weeks ago I started a project that has taken a few turns since then, but is still being worked on bit by bit: 33 ways to attract more clients for one of my businesses Transcription Translation Services Canada. As it turns out I have a few more ideas that need exploring before I commit to one or any of them. Stay tuned to find out more.

Daniel Richard Spence not real signature for personal brand

This week I’ve been working on an idea I was warned against after I first started this blog, but I got it sorted out with the appropriate authorities so no worries anymore! The issue being identity theft and having my signature on the logo of the original site:


By now, you’re probably wondering what this has to do with team work, and personal branding… Well, I guess I can tell you now. It has everything to do with it. If it weren’t for the people around me, the struggles they’ve helped me go through, their suggestions, criticisms and actions that have brought me here and believing in myself enough that this is something I can work on. The only thing I can’t work on is creating more time, and that’s why I’ve been using for a lot of my work to out source it, and produce more things.

Thanks for the cool Branded Seal Joshua!

I also get to learn more about my own strengths and weaknesses by downloading my brain onto others, and letting them help me with a whole bunch of stuff. Hell, my resume was worked on by an ex girlfriend’s mother at first, and then another person from Fiverr a few weeks ago. I just don’t have the time or brain power to do it all. I just have this ambition that is driving me to let go of doing everything, and putting my ego aside to ask for help is launching me to new heights!

I have received help with SEO work, Brand development, Landing page creation, Travel websites building, T-shirt design, Marketing services, Social media content, and so much more! I even got a background track for the videos I’m trying to create!

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That’s where I got this new logo that suits this personal brand’s message for now.

What do you think? When did you let go of your ego and ask for help from others, either hired or just favours from friends?


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