Dan Schawbel’s new book is called Promote Yourself, and there can be no doubt he’s walking the talk. Any author who can get book-cover testimonials from the likes of Daniel Pink, Stephen Covey, Jack Canfield, Guy Kawasaki, Gretchen Rubin and more than a dozen other captains of industry, media, and self help has every right to call himself an authority on getting recognized at work.
Schawbel’s first book, Me 2.0: 4 Steps to Building Your Future, published in 2010, described how to leverage social media to get a job. The 29-year-old has since forged a career for himself as a consultant, speaker, and author helping his Generation Y peers thrive in the new economy. But his insights can serve anyone grappling with what he calls “the new rules for career success.”
Nearly a year ago this blog featured Schawbel’s advice on how to build a personal brand. His new book, due out September 3 and available for pre-order now, lists some rules that should be plainly evident to anyone by now, such asRead More »from A self-promotion pro tells how to get ahead