How To Self Promote For More Success

Charles Baudelaire once said, “Anybody, as long as he knows how to be amusing, has a right to talk about himself”. Orson Welles advised that “Nobody who takes on anything big and tough can afford to be modest”. Anti-tax agitator Vivien Kellems was quick to proclaim, “Of course I’m a publicity hound. Aren’t all crusaders? How can you accomplish anything unless people know what you are trying to do?”

Face it. If you want to succeed in just about anything, you need to get your name out there. Publicity does not have to be national in scope. It can be as local as a conversation with a neighbor, but a lot of people are not comfortable with those ty

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6 Responses to How To Self Promote For More Success

  1. Ann says:

    Good one! I particularly like the don’t overdo and the be sensitive.

  2. Christina says:

    So far this is one of the best article I’ve for the day. It all boils down to one, be sensitive with whom your talking with and everything follows.

  3. A_Fan says:

    Spot on! I believe that you have touched on all of the important factors David regarding self promoting. I agree with Ann on particularly liking the ‘don’t overdo’ and to ‘be sensitive’ topics, but I also believe that the ‘be sincere’ one is just as important as well! (I have recently come across some that were promoting themselves and were quite insincere and it showed through like a beacon!)
    I would like to add to be well informed and knowledgeable to the list because if you are not completely at your best in the subject, all of the other points will be of no use and you will have spent time in vain!

  4. Jimmy says:

    I think persistence was left out, but it should be common sense by now.

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  6. pam munro says:

    I think that a dose of self-deprecating humor can help with a pitch (if you don’t dis yourself overly much). You are often allowed to say things in a humorous way that you would never be really permitted to say that candidly otherwise…

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