We’re at a strange time in history. And that beings opportunity.
Giant tech companies now rely on algorithms to tell us what’s important. Problem is, the algorithms aren’t that smart yet, they’re exploitable, and “popular” doesn’t equal “important.”
On the other hand, people need help discovering the information that matters to them more than ever. But the trust in the tools offered us by Facebook and the like is at rock bottom.
Enter the human brand. Not your personal brand — that will work itself out just fine. Instead, you need to build a brand that reflects the aspirations of your intended audience, and unifies them with you in a very human way.
This week, Jerod and I discuss the immense opportunity this presents for entrepreneurs and freelancers. Tune in below for the details:
Also this week, Kat asks an important question … and you may be able to guess the answer. But you still want to take a look at why job boards are not all they’re cracked up to be:
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