Build Your Personal Brand And Don’t Be Afraid To Change Your Life with Raj Subrameyer
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Raj Subrameyer, an international speaker, writer and tech coach who helps people step into the leadership role of their dreams through his services and speeches. He is helping countless people to discover their ‘Zone of Genius’ and leverage it to live the life that they love. Phil and Raj discuss the importance of establishing your own brand, and how an effective network can help to energise our career path. Raj also talks about the importance of deciding on the course of your own journey, and why it’s never too late to make a change.
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In early 2018, a bout of depression and anxiety caused Raj to be hospitalised. Unrealistic career expectations had created this condition and had led to a state of burnout. Raj overcame this period through meditation and learning to prioritise tasks.
Having traversed his way through the last global recession, Raj has spent much time on a very timely project – a book entitled ‘Skyrocket Your Career’ – aimed at ensuring that others are able to make their way through uncertain times in the job market.
The advancement in technology remains a fascinating highlight for Raj. Every day there are new innovations, which are set to change the very perception of software and interfaces going forward. Also, new technologies level the playing field in terms of skill-sets. Everyone starts at the beginning when a new innovation arrives.
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