Building a brand

Building a brand

I’ve always been fascinated by the concept of personal branding. Personal branding is the spoken and unspoken ways in which we portray ourselves. Whether or not we want to have personal brand or not, we have one. Personal branding is not only for business people or marketing purposes..

  • Reviewing musicals

    Like any form of entertainment, if watching a musical makes you laugh and evoke feelings of joy and happiness, that is one measure of success.

  • Worth the fight

    I have just come back from Year 9 camp. This year was a little harder than most, I was certainly feeling my age while doing our 3-day hike and it was clear to me that I was no longer one of the fast hikers.

  • Playing with fire

    I have always loved the book of Proverbs since as early as I can remember. Its isolated pithy remarks come together to form a remarkable collection of practical ways to live a good and God centred life.

  • Chanell Diaz STORY  -  My interesting life

    Kia Ora, My name is Chanell. I am 30 years old and of both Maori and Pakeha (NZ european) descent. I write articles for Press Services International / Christian Today.

  • Life on the line

    Nik Wallenda, quite literally, puts his life on the life.

  • How to love your work

    Famous writer, Annie Dillard, once said, “How we spend our days is, of course, how we spend our lives”. Apparently, the average person will spend 90,000 hours at work in their lifetime.

  • AFL Hub Life Gives Victorian Clubs a Dose of the Interstate Reality

    2020 Hub life has provided the ten Victorian clubs a whole season of travel. None of them will be back in their own homes for some time. Hotels, airplanes and buses are their constant reality. Teams from Queensland, Adelaide and Perth are in contrast at home more than they were in 2019.

  • Who do you say that I am?

    Have you ever heard the phrase, “you aren’t what you think you are, you’re what you think other people think you are.”?

  • Dearest Father

    On June 21, 2020 Father’s Day was celebrated in my country. If you know me, you know that my father and I share a very special bond. He is my world, my everything, and I love him with every fibre in my being.

  • The early morning reflections of a trail runner: alone in the dark

    I’m in the middle of a challenge.

  • The Colour of Christianity

    Christianity is commonly mistaken as the religion of the white Western world. It is no secret that Christianity once found a home in Europe, but the Bible refutes any suggestion that Christianity is merely a Western religion, as Jesus upset the cultural status quo through his teachings.