Free Personal Branding Ebook!

Free Personal Branding Ebook!

Here is the first ebook released through Exile Lifestyle in a series of books I like to call the ‘Least You Need to Know’ series. It covers a wide range of topics related to personal branding, including an introduction to what branding and personal branding are, the process of self-branding, a bit about labeling theory and how the people you surround yourself with, and how the events you attend and your worldview can greatly impact your success in personal branding. It also covers collateral usage, ethics, how to communicate your brand over a variety of media, information about building ‘home bases,’ how to best moderate your reputation (online and offline), and basic tips for dressing and grooming for success. It’s 50 pages, folks, and it’s available free by visiting my author site. This ebook is free for you and for all, so if you enjoy it, please pass it around and link back to it as much as possible. An image of the book’s cover can be had here; feel free to use that if you link back to this page.

I plan on releasing quite a few of these, all on different topics, and I’d love to get feedback from you about this ebook, and what you’d like me to write about next. Shoot me an email, or comment below if you want to help out with that.

71 comments

  1. How to have your kids become rich and take care of you when you retire (or before so I can retire while I’m still young).

  2. How to have your kids become rich and take care of you when you retire (or before so I can retire while I’m still young).

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  5. Thank you so much… your book was super helpful and entertaining… Keep up the good work!

  6. Thank you so much… your book was super helpful and entertaining… Keep up the good work!

  7. Hi Chris,
    With your permission I would like to write a series of posts for my website that uses the fabulous resource that is this book to apply it to creating my own personal brand.

    The premise of my site is that I know nothing about the world of blogging, living location independent, or making money to do so, but I want to and in finding your ebook I would like to use it to illustrate how I will gain the knowledge to achieve my goal.

    Of course I will fully respect, directly quote and abide by all copyright/ creative common licenses.

    Email is the best way to contact me.
    With kind regards,
    Caron.

    Side note: love the look and feel of this site now- I RSS feed so I missed the update somehow! ;)

  8. Hi Chris,
    With your permission I would like to write a series of posts for my website that uses the fabulous resource that is this book to apply it to creating my own personal brand.

    The premise of my site is that I know nothing about the world of blogging, living location independent, or making money to do so, but I want to and in finding your ebook I would like to use it to illustrate how I will gain the knowledge to achieve my goal.

    Of course I will fully respect, directly quote and abide by all copyright/ creative common licenses.

    Email is the best way to contact me.
    With kind regards,
    Caron.

    Side note: love the look and feel of this site now- I RSS feed so I missed the update somehow! ;)

  9. @Caron Margarete:

    Hey Caron-

    Of course you have my permission to use the eBook for your series of posts; I can’t wait to see what you do with it!

    I took a look at your blog and I like that you’re such a supporter of the Creative Commons. I’m also a devotee, and this eBook is no different. Go crazy, and be sure to post here when you’ve got something up and running!

    I’ll send you a Twitter message, too (though I couldn’t find an email address to contact you at through your website).

    -Colin (not Chris :)

  10. @Caron Margarete:

    Hey Caron-

    Of course you have my permission to use the eBook for your series of posts; I can’t wait to see what you do with it!

    I took a look at your blog and I like that you’re such a supporter of the Creative Commons. I’m also a devotee, and this eBook is no different. Go crazy, and be sure to post here when you’ve got something up and running!

    I’ll send you a Twitter message, too (though I couldn’t find an email address to contact you at through your website).

    -Colin (not Chris :)

  11. Hi Colin,
    Thanks for supporting the project and my greatest apologies for the name typo!

    Wondered something about my email address, that you couldn’t find, not on my site because it’s part of the PB Series to update it with one of the posts but rather with this comment section.

    I have my email address about that states it’s required information. Does it not submit correctly?

    Kind Regards,
    Caron.

  12. Hi Colin,
    Thanks for supporting the project and my greatest apologies for the name typo!

    Wondered something about my email address, that you couldn’t find, not on my site because it’s part of the PB Series to update it with one of the posts but rather with this comment section.

    I have my email address about that states it’s required information. Does it not submit correctly?

    Kind Regards,
    Caron.

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  17. I just started blogging 2 weeks ago and have been developing my personal brand. Colin’s book is concise, practical, and very digestible. This reminded me of Seth Godin’s advice to be the “purple cow” by doing something different to capture your audience.

  18. I just started blogging 2 weeks ago and have been developing my personal brand. Colin’s book is concise, practical, and very digestible. This reminded me of Seth Godin’s advice to be the “purple cow” by doing something different to capture your audience.

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  23. I just started blogging 2 weeks ago and have been developing my personal brand. Colin’s book is concise, practical, and very digestible. This reminded me of Seth Godin’s advice to be the “purple cow” by doing something different to capture your audience.
    +1

  24. I just started blogging 2 weeks ago and have been developing my personal brand. Colin’s book is concise, practical, and very digestible. This reminded me of Seth Godin’s advice to be the “purple cow” by doing something different to capture your audience.
    +1

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  26. Hi
    I just donated to paypal with the belief that I would then be able to download and print out a PDF of the two ebooks. I may have closed the wrong window but would like to have the PDFs if I can.
    Thanks

  27. Hi
    I just donated to paypal with the belief that I would then be able to download and print out a PDF of the two ebooks. I may have closed the wrong window but would like to have the PDFs if I can.
    Thanks

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  42. I’m kinda confused about this whole “free” business. Why does the book cost $5, when you explicitly state that the book is free?

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  44. a free ebook on personal branding available for download at exile lifestyle by Colin wright.

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  48. It this ebook still available? I imagine your author site has changed since this was originally posted.

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