Personal brand is an important aspect to Tien Wong, CEO of Opus8 and Lore Systems. He believes, like most executives, that your professional and personal selves have to be the same in order to display a consistent message of integrity and excellence.
When an individual hears Wong’s name he wants them to see him as someone who makes a difference in the community and goes the extra mile for his customers to help them become successful.
“It’s important not only to live a life of integrity, but also to make sure that everything you do is consistent with that key value,” said Wong.
Wong has learned the instincts of good quality customer service from observing his family’s Chinese restaurants when he was younger. From being at the restaurants, he has learned the different personalities of people and how to handle them in the midst of business.
Personal brand has not only helped Wong, but also his business. Lore Systems has received a lot of coverage through the media and is a well-known technology services firm in Washington D.C. Social media has also been a big help to Wong’s recognition by having his own e-newsletter called The Tien Wong Times. This website contains everyday news and articles on people that Wong follows on Twitter.
By having a wide variety of social media exposure and a personality clients enjoy, Wong is a businessman who has made a successful difference in the world around him.