Your password should be like good sex – long, personal and memorable.
Something like “the qu!ck brown dog” is better than “e23c£R3k” as it is more memorable and in being longer, it requires more permutations to crack as opposed to an 8 character randomised password which no-one can remember. I always like to include at least one non-alphanumeric such as £ or % or ! in order to increase the complexity of the character set required to crack the password.
Never share a password, i know this seems obvious but as soon as it is ‘in-the-wild’ it is compromised and must be changed.