Get your free sample of Personal Branding Magazine!


Find New Customers congratulates a good friend, Dan Schwabel, who published a new edition of Personal Branding Magazine. We’re happy to share this free edition with our readers.

Here’s what Dan says about this issue:

Volume 5, Issue 1 is focused on how to use your established brand to unlock new opportunities and beat your competition. Brooke Burke, featured in our cover story, is a great example of someone who’s successfully leveraged her brand. Brooke has taken the success of her TV and modeling career and used it to start her own company called Baboosh Baby. Since she is a well-known brand, she’s able to open doors and create new monetization opportunities. Whether you’re famous or just starting out, this issue will give you the tools and advice you need to create brand leverage in your industry.

This issue contains interviews with: Brooke Burke, Justin Haplern (Shit My DadSays), Jim Craig (Olympic Gold Medalist), Barbara Corcoran (ABC’s Shark Tank), Ali Brown, Adam Bryant (NY Times Columnist), and Peter Shankman (HARO).

To read your free sample, please click Personal Branding Magazine.

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Jeff Ogden (@fearlesscomp) is President of the B2B lead generation consultancy, Find New Customers. His brand, Fearless Competitor, is well-known in the B2B marketing world. He’s also passionate about helping others – with a company motto of Always Be Helping. In fact, he presented “How to Create a Strong Personal Brand” at the #140Conf Long Island.

To learn more about Jeff, please click on Who is the Fearless Competitor?

Find New Customers helps companies (with between 150 and 5,000 employees who sell complex products to businesses) to implement world-class lead generation programs. As companies struggle to create quality sales opportunities, they turn to lead generation companies like Find New Customers.

Find New Customers can certainly help your business dramatically improve the flow of sales-ready leads to salespeople.” Paul Dunay, Buzz Marketing for Technology.

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3 thoughts on “Get your free sample of Personal Branding Magazine!

  1. Looks good.

    The bio is a core part of any personal brand. We should be ready for curious folks who want to learn more about our background and expertise.

    An engaging professional bio helps you:
    • stand out from your competition,
    • align more closely with your target audience, and
    • achieve your goals.

    To get you started, I’d offer these building blocks of a successful bio:
    1. Hook Your Reader in the first sentence with your primary benefit.
    2. Build infectious interest with your remarkable results
    3. Stake Your Claim by declaring your expertise
    4. Profess Your Passion and imply why you ‘deliver the goods’
    5. Close with a Clear, Compelling Call to Action. (Easily overlooked, but crucial to the success of your bio.)

    For more detail, check out the free workbook “5 Easy Steps to a Professional Bio that Sells.”
    It’s available at http://pivotalwriting.com/bios/

    Grab a copy, then tell me what you think.
    To your success!

  2. You make a good point, Jeff.
    The page could do with more images.

    But before judging by the cover, I cordially invite you to check out the report. I’m happy to send a copy, if you’re interested.

    Best of success.

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