"...[T]he brand you build around yourself is perhaps the single most important way you can stand out...Your brand image is what you create to help build your business. Your personal brand centers around you as an individual."
Laura Lake, thebalancesmb.com
Get a feel for things
Explore the interviews on the Interviews page to familiarize yourself with the platform.
We will review your application, and if approved, we will email you to request a high-resolution headshot photo and provide you with a "Q&A Interview Questionnaire," which includes additional optional details for creating your interview page.
Build out your interview
Complete as much of the "Q&A Interview Questionnaire" as you like, but put thought and heart into your responses to get the most out of the process. More importantly, have fun and discover some new things about yourself.
Once finished, send the document back to us so that we can publish your interview and provide you with your interview page URL.
Share Your Interview
Be proud. You put a lot of effort into articulating who you are and illustrating what makes you unique. Share your voice and insights through as many channels as you can. Add your interview page to your email signature or post on social media. Get creative. Get it out there. Let the world learn from you.
"If you were asked to briefly sum up your...contributions and supporting causes, would you be able to do so...? Leaders often miss the mark when it comes to succinctly identifying who they are, what they stand for and how they help people and businessesgrow.
Historically, this question may have been reserved for interviewing processes, but today, more often than not, this ideal differentiates positions of influence, otherwise known as personal brands.
Personal branding is the modern-day scorecard that measures a leader's core message delivery, their professional presence in person and online, and their application of foundational valuesboth in and out of the office."
LaKisha Greenwade, www.forbes.com
There are no costs associated with being a Contributor. As we further develop the platform, we may offer additional premium features and services.
Is there a cost to this?
Our mission is to build a community of entrepreneurs, innovators, leaders and changemakers that welcome the opportunity to share and strengthen their perspective and voice. Our application process is designed to attract Go-Getters that are motivated, driven and not afraid to step outside of their comfort zone.
Why do I need to "apply"?
Similar to LinkedIn and Facebook, our interview page allows you to communicate and express information about yourself via a personalized online space. However, here at Natfluence, pages are tailored and structured to provide meaningful insights and details. Interview pages are intended to highlight achievements, aspirations and goals that extend beyond basic facts and standard meet and greet questions.
What is an
The AdMission Statement can be thought of as a 30-second elevator pitch for describing yourself to someone that has never met you. This statement is intended to be your personal brand pitch that highlights what makes you unique, such as character traits, experiences or accomplishments that make up your “brand.” AdMission statements can be set to public or private, depending on your preference.
If you are an established industry leader, influencer, changemaker, CEO/Founder of a sizable business or equivalent figure, please have your publicist reach out to us here or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To determine whether you are a strong fit as a Disruptor, please review our About Uspage and explore the list of "AdVice" and "AdVantage" Contributors here.
Thank you for your interest, and we look forward to hearing from you!
What is a strong match for this type of feature?
Entrepreneurs, innovators, leaders, and changemakers that welcome the opportunity to share and strengthen their perspective and voice.
The process is designed to attract individuals who are motivated, driven and not afraid to step outside their comfort zone.
Examples of a strong fit for this type of feature commonly include:
solopreneurs, startup founders/CEOs, small business owners, industry leaders & experts, inventors, authors, serial entrepreneurs, and social media influencers