Personal Branding Symposium: Define your own Success
What is your "Success"? What does it mean for you to be "Successful"? We often think about "Success" as a destination. This presentation will challenge this conventional method of defining "Success" and help define your own “Success” with meaning and purpose.
The true definition can only be derived from within yourself. The introspective analyses allow you to gauge all aspects of what you do and who you are to strategically and intuitively define your own "Success." Once you define it, you must be able to see, hear, taste, smell, and touch your "Success." Learn how to define your "Success" so you can truly own it and live it.
Adjunct Professor, Johnson and Wales University Denver campus
Jung has 20 years of consulting experience in design, branding, marketing, user experience, strategy, and business development. He also has over 10 years of experience as a start-up entrepreneur in all facets of entrepreneurship from funding to operations.
Leveraging his experience from consulting and his passion for branding and entrepreneurship, Jung has built a unique platform of services. He provides a full suite of corporate consulting services in entrepreneurship, strategy and branding. Jung also delivers key notes, seminars and facilitates workshops on the subjects of corporate & personal branding, entrepreneurship, and Asian-American empowerment.
In 2004, Jung’s business plan for the original Personal Branding Center providing consulting, services and products to create and refine effective personal brands won the first place honor at the Annual University of Colorado at Denver Business Plan Competition. Jung executed the business plan in 2005 and still oversees all facets of the business from branding to operation.
As an adjunct professor at Johnson and Wales University Denver campus, Jung offers his expertise on business, entrepreneurship, marketing, and fashion merchandising to the undergraduate and MBA students. At University of Colorado Denver, Jung teaches graduate level program on marketing, entrepreneurship and personal branding for the school of business and entrepreneurship center. Jung also serves as an advisory board member at the Jake Jabs Center for Entrepreneurship at UC Denver.
As fundraiser and counselor, Jung has been working with the Korean Heritage Camp, an organization for Korean adoptees and their families providing education on Korean culture, language, food, and history. Jung works closely with the high school campers on self-identity and cross-cultural issues. Jung also has been serving as a board member and a fundraiser for the Denver Harlequins Wheelchair Rugby team, assisting athletes with spinal cord injuries to find passion through the sport of rugby.
Jung was born in Seoul, South Korea and migrated to New York City when he was 13. He currently lives in Denver, Colorado with his wife and two young children.