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  • alihadi 3:05 pm on December 31, 2010 Permalink |  

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  • alihadi 10:36 am on January 15, 2010 Permalink |
    Tags: blogs, brand you, branding, corporate, facebook, image, linkedin, networking, personal, slidehsare, twitter   

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    BRAND CHAMPION

    YOU

    “Brand Champion”

    BRAND is a distinguishing name or symbol, CHAMPION is the victor in a challenge or contest. Our life is biggest contest where we should prove ourselves champion, our best brand is “self”.

    “If you don’t brand yourself, other people will.  And I can guarantee you that they won’t brand you in the way that you want to be branded.” — Catherine Kaputa

    First time, I started online marketing in 2008 by social media networking, through FaceBook, LinkedIn, Youtube, Slideshare, Twitter & Blogs, the concept of personal branding has been around for more than a decade, but the Internet and social networking have made it easier than ever to sell brand “YOU”. There are many ways to market online and a great way is to use Social Media Marketing. Social media marketing is proving to be very effective and there are many resources that can be used to make this successful.

    The basic idea of personal branding is to promote yourself as having certain values, skills or expertise — your brand — so that if someone needs that expertise, they’ll come to you first. While many people are still uncomfortable with the idea of marketing themselves as a commodity, others see it as part of the changing world of work. We’re in an age when corporate businesses don’t care for you as an individual any more — you’re just an employee number. They will outsource you, insource you, relocate you, and delocate you in whatever way they think suitable. Therefore you have to look after number one, and personal branding is really important.

    Proactive Brand is my brainchild, marketing-services providing company online/offline for FMCG, Pharmaceutical, Textile, and NGOs.

    My web links:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DApscqsosHo

    http://twitter.com/alihadi

    http://www.facebook.com/proactivebrand

    http://friendfeed.com/alihadi
    http://www.slideshare.net/alihadi/slideshows

    http://www.slideshare.net/proactivebrand/slideshows
    http://www.linkedin.com/in/alihadi

    Proactive Brand

    http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=44544049545

     
  • alihadi 2:23 pm on November 29, 2008 Permalink |  

    Hello World! 

    My Life is Multiverse!

    Who am I? Perhaps this is the only question life really throws at us. Maybe all our scientific endeavors are one way or another, directed at it. Maybe cosmologists trying to understand the origin of the universe, biologists working on evolution or psychologists studying behavior are driven by the same desire to know. Or perhaps I shouldn’t speak for anyone else and only say that for me it is this way. My thoughts pop up the question I am driven to ask when lying in the bath, walking on seaside or in the park, traveling out of town or sitting in meditation. Science and living life is the same thing and require the same commitment and principles but I believe one thing I am the CEO of my life and captain of my destiny, I can navigate my sail like “Christopher Columbus” and explore my world like Vasco Da Gama. I always loaded with big dreams & imaginations because I am built in product of my thoughts and my inner CEO designed global strategy to move forward to interpret my dreams come true.

     
    • rebeccahappy 10:31 am on November 29, 2009 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      Great perspective on who am I?…the idea that I am the CEO of my life. How old were you when you understood that concept or did you always know that?

      • alihadi 3:19 pm on December 31, 2009 Permalink | Log in to Reply

        Thanks for compliments, Rebecca! I was 24 year old when I realized that man can do everything once he decided to make it happen. So many time hidden hand through me in the crisis & tough time, which seems to me impossible to recover but I learnt from that turbulent time how to swim in the deep down water without oxygen.

        I’m still learning 😉

    • zhahmed 1:22 pm on December 31, 2009 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      The greatest thing in all this is Your +ive attitude. After that, nothing else matters…

      • alihadi 3:28 pm on December 31, 2009 Permalink | Log in to Reply

        Thx for comments, Huma! I agree with your point of view. Positive attitude is always good for yourself 1st than for other bcuz our attitude is reflection & driving force towards our goal n without attitude we’re like dead man walking in this so called world. The longer I live, the more I realize the impact of attitude in my life. Attitude to me, is more important than facts & It is more important than appearance.

        • Orchid 3:39 pm on December 31, 2009 Permalink

          Definitely..but its not easy to adopt such an attitude. For some, it also has induced obstacles…anyways, I rmmber a saying that exactly matches your words here…
          “Attitude more than Aptitude determines your Altitude!! “

  • alihadi 1:54 pm on November 29, 2008 Permalink |  

    Cornerstone of Inner Strength 

    Living your life as an empowered person often requires first building a solid foundation of inner strength and stability. If you lack the qualities of courage and resiliency, you are virtually guaranteed to have a hard time dealing with challenges, struggle to interact productively with others and wage a constant battle with fear, anxiety and insecurity.

    A strong core of inner strength and confidence gives you the power to handle challenges and overcome adversity in all forms, simply because you feel secure in the belief that you are bigger and stronger than any difficulty you may face.

    But how do you build this kind of inner strength? What makes a person truly empowered?

    There are four cornerstones of inner strength from which genuine empowerment comes:

    Strength of Mind

    A strong mental state helps you to get crystal clear about what you want, provides the focus and determination to make it happen, and reinforces your belief in yourself and your capabilities.

    Do you usually struggle to feel confident and sure of yourself? Are you still trying to figure out who you are and what you really want out of life? Even if you know what you want, do you have a clear plan for making it happen? Are your thoughts frequently overrun by negativity and doubt? Do you struggle with limited expectations and beliefs? Are you afraid that you’re not strong or smart enough to succeed?

    In order to develop true strength of mind, begin sharpening your focus and turning limiting thoughts into empowering ones. Remember that your self-image determines who you become in life, and you will always be limited until you decide to change the way you think about yourself, your life, and even your long-term potential. Strengthening your focus, transforming limiting beliefs and eliminating any destructive habits should be your highest priorities if you want to become one of those people who are driven, focused and successful.

    Strength of Feeling

    You wouldn’t think that emotions have much power over your life, but they usually determine how flexible you are, your ability to bounce back from adversity, and even how you feel about yourself and your life experiences. Without emotional strength, you feel weak and constantly at the mercy of forces beyond your control.

    To determine how strong your emotional state is, consider first how well you handle stress. When something negative happens, do you take it personally and feel victimized? Do you take other people’s comments to heart and allow them to drag you down? Do confrontation and conflict frighten you? Do you have trouble asserting yourself?

    These are all signs of a shaky emotional foundation! True strength of emotion provides a centered, strong inner core that keeps you steady no matter what type of challenges or adversity you face. Rather than folding under pressure or negativity, you are able to bend and flow with life’s challenges, and bounce back quickly from disappointments. How do you develop this strength of feeling?

    One of the best and simplest places to start is by expressing self-love every day. You can do this both mentally and verbally, being sure to engage your emotions and direct feelings of love, tenderness and affection toward yourself. At the same time, practice detaching from emotionally charged influences in your daily experiences. Rather than taking them to heart, you can become better balanced by refusing to dwell on upsetting incidents or conflicts. Last but not least, you’ll want to examine emotionally-charged beliefs that continue to control your life. These beliefs may include things like believing that you are worthless or lacking talent or potential, or anything else that diminishes your self-image. The sooner you address these beliefs, the sooner you’ll begin feeling stronger and more emotionally balanced.

    Strength of Spirit

    Being strong in spirit doesn’t refer to your religious beliefs but rather your inner connection to your spiritual center.

    Do you make time for spiritual practices each day, or at least regularly? Do you believe your life is meaningful, has purpose and is guided by a greater power? It doesn’t matter what name you may call that greater power (or whether you have a name for it at all), but rather that you see yourself as more than just a physical being.

    This may not seem important as far as empowerment goes, but a strong inner connection and spiritual belief system can make all the difference between feeling empty and alone or loved and supported. Good ways to strengthen your spiritual self are through meditation, prayer, visualization, or even spending time in nature. By doing so, you will not only feel more connected to the universe, but also to your inner self and others in your life.

    Strength of Body

    When you think of empowerment, you probably wouldn’t consider physical strength as an important component, but it’s vital! For one thing, when you’re strong physically you carry yourself completely differently than you do when you’re feeling weak and overwhelmed. Feeling strong physically also makes you feel empowered in other ways too, like those described above.

    Take a few moments to consider your physical state right now. Are you fit and healthy? Do you eat right and exercise regularly? Is your posture straight and strong? Do you hold your chin high and make eye contact when speaking with others? If you are lacking in this area, be sure to make it a top priority to get your body into good condition. Treat your body like your most valuable possession, for it is! Strike a healthy balance in all aspects of your health and wellness routine, especially proper nutrition, adequate rest and personal time. The stronger you become physically, the more positive changes you’ll notice in the rest of your life too.

    These four cornerstones of strength will support your ability to feel empowered in every aspect of your life, and provide a solid foundation for personal happiness and fulfillment that can transform your life.

     
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