Today’s” game plan has definitely changed. We live in a very “visual” society (thanks to smart phones and the speed of the internet) that, it is now more critical to put your best image forward no matter where you are or what you do.

The demands of your personal and professional life are now far beyond the credentials and work ethic, so therefore, it is imperative that you find the right balance that is personalized for you to bring out “your” best.

Why bother to get dressed up?

I admit that I sometimes didn’t look my best everyday for one of the following reasons:

1. I didn’t want to attract too much attention.

2. I wanted to save my “best” outfits for a special occasion.

3. I thought it would take too long to put together.

4. I was comfortable in my “home” clothes and too lazy to change.

5. It was too cold, hot, raining or windy to bother.

I compromised and then you guessed it, I would always see someone that was well put together which created a more impressive and confident version of themselves.
It was only then and after the fact that I would tell myself that I should have taken the extra 5-10 minutes to look more respectable and not make excuses again.

It’s a popular saying that what you are on the inside is far more important than the outside, but is it?
What if I told you that balance is the key to looking good and feeling good. Would you agree?

So here is my first tip for you:

​Leave a Good Impression by finding the balance between not “Overdoing” or simply “Not Doing Enough”.

​If you are not sure what your balance is, I WILL HELP YOU FIND AND ACHIEVE IT.

It’s quite simple really,
Look Great…….Feel Great.

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