I'm 18 and need help branding myself.

over 8 years ago from Blake Hawksworth, Filmmaker and occasional writer, always on the move.

  • Caleb SylvestCaleb Sylvest, over 8 years ago

    Work hard and keep growing! That's all it really takes.

    On another note, I see a lot of young(er) people say things like "I'm # years old..." but I don't really suggest doing this. Not sure what the purpose is, maybe it's like a badge, like hey I'm still young and have already accomplished this much or have these skills. But in my experience, appearing too young makes some people dismiss you or not think you are capable of what they need. And I mean that for clients and employers both.

    I speak from experience, I'm 27 but have fought the battle of being the "young guy" at my previous jobs. Which was made worse in that people think I still look like a high school kid (though I've finally beaten that by growing a real beard for the first time in my life).

    2 points