Today Gabe is wearing a grey sweatshirt, a teal jacket, khaki pants, and brown shoes.
I got caught in the rain today. After spending a grueling three hours writing a project I should have completed weeks ago but which, for whatever reason, seemed impossible whenever I sat down to do it, I finally completed it and did a pretty good job if I do say so myself.
I thought I’d treat myself to a walk and some juice but wouldn’t you know it as soon as I got to the juice place, aka the farthest point away from my house that this walk could have, it started pouring down rain. But you’ll never guess who was willing to hop in the ol’ Volvo and come pick me up – it was Gabe, of course!
As a thank you, I treated him to breakfast where we both got omelets. I ordered an omelet that came with bacon, but asked them to remove it (since I’m a vegetarian and all). Gabe ordered the same omelet and asked that my extra bacon be put in his. They said yes.
And now for a BIG ANNOUNCEMENT.
I met yesterday with one of the people I write with and for, and one of the things she is great at – and is inspiring me to want to be great at – is building her personal brand. As someone who is generally kind of internet-phobic but is coming around to the idea that the internet is where I can create the career I want in marketing/content/strategy, I’m taking some tiny baby steps towards being better at my own personal branding too.
Which includes getting on Twitter. Yes I did it. Do you want to be friends? Say yes: @katestull
hope to tweet very interesting and funny things. Let’s connect, shall we?
Are any of you out there working on your own “brand”? I’m interested to see how other people do it, why, and what kind of results they’ve reaped from excellent work. If you’ve got a story or insight, please share it in the comments! Otherwise, I’ll just be here desperately thinking of insightful and terribly charming things to tweet, I guess forever.