Reinvent Yourself: Learn to Monetize Your Expertise and Experiences

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You like your career – but feel there is something more.  You want
to reinvent yourself but really don’t know what to REINVENT yourself to?

Pam Perry, PR Coach & Social Media Expert

You just want to know: “What do I want to be when you grow up” now?

To find an answer to this question, here are the 10 questions you should ask yourself when determining how to rebrand & reinvent.

This assessment will help you find your a niche in which you will specialize in and monetize to create a career that will give not only financial freedom – but pure joy and bliss!

As you think of the answers, put them in a “reinvention” journal:

  • How would you spend your time if you didn’t have to work?
  • What are your hot buttons?
  • What activities make you excited and you lose track of time?
  • What do people say you’re good at?
  • What do I have an aptitude for?
  • What type of training has your time or your money been spent on?
  • What are you very “for sure” about and love to talk about a lot?
  • What experiences make you unique and marketable?
  •  What have I accomplished or been recognized for?
  • Which of the above areas has the least competition?
  • Which of the above areas pays high rates?

Now, you have a guide on how to monetize or rebrand your career.

Your first step is to “rebrand” yourself by becoming a known expert in a niche. 

We can help. Brand like a superstar…but first, LAUNCH!



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  • Thanks for the helpful article. I’ve got other tips from you in an e-file, so that I can revisit the advice again and again. I’m “multi-passionate” (-Torrey McGraw, Grind&Thrive)woman of God, so the use of a vision board (got two half completed with my desired images of success) and starting a “reinvention journal” is a great idea; presently, I’m using a binder. My next step? Write some articles–leading thoughts about recent news and information, get monetized, etc. I’ve compiled it, just need to exhale and write it. Being a live-in/parent-caregiver since fall 2005 really rearranged my life…pressing on like a new college grad toward media goals, even now. I’ll keep you posted on the “growing pains.”

  • Thanks for the article. I’m looking to broaden the audience I speak to beyond Sunday morning and a Wednesday night biblestudy. So I’m looking to talk what I do during those times and brand myself to a different audience. Any resources you can suggest for further help? Thanks

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