Would you like to make yourself memorable, so you can stand out in your industry?
All you have to do is…
Put yourself in the spotlight.
If you want to be at the top of your customer’s minds, you’ll need to be in front of them at all times.
Today, I’d like to share 7 secrets that will help you make yourself memorable, so you can stand out in your industry.
Create A Niche
The more specific you are when describing what you do, the more likely people are going to remember you. It’s far better to be remembered as “the guy who runs a private coaching club for Entrepreneurs that helps them get the results they truly want in their life.” than just another business coach. The more detailed you are, the more memorable you’ll be.
Psych Yourself Up
Make a list of things you’re enthusiastic about. Like working out, playing music, listening to a certain playlist on Spotify, or watching your favorite TED talk. You should always psych yourself up before creating content or recording a video that you’re going to put out into the world.
Be More Interesting
Have interesting responses when asked questions like how are you, or what your actual job is. Throw them a curveball like, “I’m having the best day of my life!” or “I help change peoples lives.”
Improve Your Networking Skills
It’s not so much what you know these days, it’s who you know. Every new contact you make could be an important stepping stone of your success. Everyone is connected to someone – and you may even just find yourself in the same circle of friends as the person who’s where you want to be.
Be Physically Noticeable
Being known for a particular theme or style of dress is a great way to be memorable. Even if it’s just a retro pair of eyeglasses or a dragon tattoo on your index finger. Your physical appearance matters a lot more than you think in your business marketing, message, and sales.
Be Authentic In Your Conversations
A fake conversation can be seen a mile away. Just always been authentic and valuable in everything you do. I like to take it a step further and I created a spreadsheet of everyone I know and have had conversations with in business and keep track of when I last saw them, what we have in common, and what we’ve talked about.
Become A Connector
People remember people who help them, just as you remember people who have helped you. Be someone who matters. If you know two people can benefit from being connected to each other, then make the connection for them.
If you would like help with making yourself memorable so you can stand out in your industry, I invite you to join us inside Alphapreneur, which is a private club for entrepreneurs that will take you by the hand and help you get the results you truly want in your life.