Tom Peters has been writing about Personal Brand longer than just about anyone, so he knows what he is talking about and is worth reading even if his writing S-H-O-U-T-S!! at you. In this book he has heaps of great tips on how to define your personal brand (Brand You) and he summarises them in a list of 50 items at the front of the book. He is a bit alarmist in his thoughts that the white collar workforce is at risk and all current employees need to be defining them as Brand You, but this book is useful reading for those wanting to leave big business and start up on their own. However personal brand is just as important for those working within organizations, which is less well explained in this book. Tom Peters seems to think that all jobs in large organizations are as characterized by Dilbert cartoons. There may be an element of Dilbert within large companies, but this doesn’t stop any individual being remarkable and doing a remarkable job within one of these large organizations. Creating a positive presence and being aware of how others experience you is important in any work environment.