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A Brand Called You with Debbie Millman [Preview]

by Rachel Gregg
art & design

What career should I choose? Get advice from Debbie Millman

Stuck in a job you don’t really love? At a total loss about what to do instead?

You’ve got issues. Debbie Millman has solutions.

Debbie has spent ten years diving into what it means to consciously chart a course for a career and in her class, A Brand Called You, she teaches creatives what it takes to get a dream job that you’ll really love (in a way the feels sincere!).

In anticipation of her live class, Debbie joined Lara McCormick in the CreativeLive studios to tell students a little bit more about what they can expect during her day-long class:

After ten years of teaching students how to identify the career path that is right for them, she’s distilled her message down to what she calls, The 4 M’s: mission, message, methods, and mindset.

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The 4 M’s are designed to help you break through the barriers to identifying who you are, what you believe in, and what you want:

Mission: What do you want? How do you want to show up in the world?

Message: How do you answer the question, ‘what do you want to do with your life?’

Methods: How to make a cold call or write a resume?

Mindset: What do we tell ourselves that prevents us from actually being able to get what we want?

Debbie developed A Brand Called You because she wants you to stop editing what is possible for yourself.

Her intention is to help creatives see that it is not about having enough of anything other than a belief in oneself.

You can get what you want in life without without selling out or selling your soul.

If you are ready to learn an actionable way to make your big career dreams happen, check out Debbie Millman’s A Brand Called You.

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Rachel Gregg

Rachel is the content marketing lead for the CreativeLive Craft Channel. Her side hustle is floral design and her day job is awesome. @ms_gregarious.