Mia Sherwood Landau


Lewis Carroll's famous novel titled Alice in Wonderland has a sequel. But many of us are not nearly as familiar with the sequel he titled Through the Looking-Glass, and What Alice Found There

Both books are foundational in the study of English literature. Alice in Wonderland was published in 1865 and Through the Looking Glass was published six years later in 1871.

You may wonder why this is important to your personal branding today, and why it can be foundational to your own practice as a coach. Here's why -

Lewis Carroll described a magic mirror through which his character named Alice entered a whole new landscape of reality. His magic mirror became famous back in the late nineteenth century when the sequel came out, but the idea of a magic mirror fascinates us to this day.

Passing through a portal that looks like a full-length mirror and reaching a whole new reality on the other side is a theme in many other books and movies. And it can be a truly dynamic theme in our own lives as well.

What's on the other side of your magic mirror?  Do you have a story on the other side that can help you build your personal branding now?

Let's explore your new landscape of reality together!

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