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Menrva Labs Founder Michael B. Maine Offers Free Personal Branding Workshops In Downtown Seattle
Seattle, WA - April 2, 2012 - In order to help connect people with their passions, appropriate networks, employment opportunities, and greater happiness, Michael B. Maine, founder of Menrva Labs, is developing a free personal branding workshop series that is open to the public. The workshops will be held monthly beginning April 16, 2012 at 6:00 p.m. at One Union Square. They are designed to engage attendees to identify their strengths, passions, and essence to empower them to acknowledge their true value proposition.
The turn of our economy caused a tremendous number of people to find themselves unemployed. The strong competition within the job market has made many job seekers more deliberately evaluate the value they offer to an organization and the people around them. With job and financial security now in question, people have discovered that being laid off, while never a pleasant experience, may have actually saved them from perpetual dissatisfaction by allowing them to pursue endeavors they are more passionate about.
“In an age,” says Angie Jordan (MBA Candidate, 2013), “where networking is becoming the primary way in which business is done, I think it is critical to be able to easily and confidently speak about one’s personal value and how that can benefit others. I look forward to refining my ability to do that at this workshop!”
Maine says, “The idea is that each person should leave each session with a better understanding of who they are and what they have to offer, as well as the tools and mastery of those tools to effectively deliver that message.” When asked why the workshops are free he states, “I never want access to be an issue.”
Michael B. Maine created Menrva Labs in 2009 with the mission to promote social change by increasing social awareness. Menrva Labs provides socially conscious marketing services to individuals, small businesses, and non-profit organizations.
Michael B. Maine