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Brand Tammi

This week’s assignments were really fun! It’s such a great idea to reflect upon who you are and what you want others to know about you. As a result of the readings and then my reflections, a number of important things happened. First, my klout score is totally unacceptable. 10? Really?? I guess that’s not surprising since I am relatively new to this realm of society, but still, this is not something to be proud of. Second, I realized that the ideas that I have about me, and the ideas that my family and friends have about me are not what I project to the world. So now my task is changing that. Afterall, I want people to know the real me. That’s important. I don’t want to be a number or a faceless name. When the world thinks about Tammi Canty, I want them to see me: smiling, excited, intense, loyal. I want them to automatically know that I am THE go-to person!


One comment on “Brand Tammi

  1. Tammi, don’t feel bad. I got a 10 Klout score too.
    We are just in our digital presence infancy.

    I like the blog layout you chose. I have never seen it used before.

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