Never stop learning (10/15)

I spend time daily reading and learning — absorbing as much information as possible. My industry is constantly changing, so if I failed to keep up with the changes it would have a negative impact on my personal brand, as my value would plummet. “Before you can even think of offering advice and providing your input, you need to completely master your industry,” David W. Craig, founding partner of Craig, Kelley & Faultless LLC, says. “Constantly learning by reading books, case studies and consuming as much information as possible keeps your mind full. “You cannot expect to build a strong personal brand without something of value to give to those that follow you. The more effort you put into learning and information consumption, the more you can give back, which will only help you create a strong personal brand.”

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