One of the biggest challenges women entrepreneurs face in today’s increasingly crowded digital landscape is how to be distinctive, memorable, and stand out from the crowd. Building on the concepts of Seth Godin, the iconic teachings of Tom Peters, as well as her own experiences as an entrepreneur, Danielle M. Miller guides creative and smart women in applying big brand concepts to their businesses.
Having honed her brand methodology by working with women solopreneurs and entrepreneurs over the last seven years, she shares what it truly means to ‘brand’ yourself in today’s digital age.
“I’m on a mission, to change the paradigm of branding for women”.
- Danielle M Miller
Danielle M Miller is a brand nurturer, stylist and strategist who coaches and teaches women entrepreneurs/solopreneurs and intrapreneurs on how to craft a distinctive, memorable, and resonant brand that empowers them to show up and stand out as who they are; not who they should be. She writes, speaks, and teaches about the undeniable power of branding in the digital age.
She has shared the stage with brilliant women such as Martha Stewart, Arianna Huffington, and Sara Blakely, and has been featured in FitSugar, Lip Gloss Culture, and The Entrepreneur Gazette, as well as numerous radio and podcast interviews. Using her unique blend of right-brain creativity/left-brain strategy, as well as the power of archetypes, she helps women uncover a brand that imprints, influences, and impacts.
She is a mom to three adult children, gigi to one incredibly adorable grandson, and wife to one extremely patient and supportive husband. When she is not working on personal branding and showing clients how awesome they are, she can usually be found extolling the virtues of bacon on social media, in a blanket fort with her grandson, on a boat in the sunshine, or with her nose in a book. Occasionally doing all 4 at once.
Learn more at www.daniellemmiller.com
Why LoA loves it….
In her book, Smartypants Branding, author Danielle Miller understands the importance of an entrepreneur branding herself and bringing her authentic self to the table when it comes to building a business. She helps women entrepreneurs to better get to grips with understanding where the line between personal brand and company brand fits in the digital space. And, she provides advice on finding the essential equilibrium needed between managing personal life and meeting business commitments. --- Melanie Hawken, founder and editor-in-chief of Lionesses of Africa