George Spillman: Tips to Boost Your Professional Image

George Spillman is an ex-Army Ranger who lives and works in Roseville, California, as an executive professional in the technology industry. George Spillman maintains an excellent professional image and works to improve his reputation whenever possible.

George Spillman

“He has established himself as the go-to-guy time and time again,” said one of George Spillman’s peers. Another remarked that Mr. Spillman is “the model of professionalism with compassion . . . no matter where he is, he’s upholding his role as a dedicated member of society.”

George Spillman

If you’d like to maintain a similarly-positive professional image, tips like those below will help:

  • Volunteer

Take inspiration from Mr. Spillman and volunteer within your community. This will help you build new professional skills and establish yourself as a compassionate person who wants to help others. You can gain multiple references from a single volunteer opportunity.

Volunteering also shows personal initiative to improve and contribute to society, which can be a plus in the eyes of a potential employer.

  • Clean Your Social Media

Scan your social media and remove or hide things that do not represent you as the professional you are trying to be. Your social media accounts reveal much about you, and you could be painting yourself in the wrong light.

Once you’ve cleaned your past posts, be mindful of what you post in the future. Also, never use a personal account for professional contacts.

George Spillman

Follow the footsteps of professionals like George Spillman and never stop learning about improving in your field. This, combined with tips like those above, can help you build the best-possible professional image.

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