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If your business is just getting off the ground, it doesn't have to appear that way.
Essie Weingarten says you have to live and breathe your brand and company mission.
Knowing what you are talking about is the easiest part of becoming a persuasive, well connected entrepreneur.
Focusing on how you present yourself to the world will help your company grow.
Nothing in your body language speaks louder than how you shake hands.
What you order and how you look eating it can make at least as much impression as anything you have to say.
Networking events exist to make a first impression. Don't be remembered as that self-centered guy desperate to make a sale.
When you make it clear how you can help, people remember that.
We are more than just a pretty face. The shape, size and even color of our looks can relay hidden secrets about our personalities, health and sexuality.
Your body language has likely become an integral part of who you are, to the point where you might not even think about it.
This is how you dress for success.
The work world is not a perfect meritocracy. The likeable person who is competent will usually be chosen over the jerk who is more talented.
First impressions are a one-shot deal. For email marketers, they only come once in an inbox. Here's how not to blow that all-important initial email contact with fresh subs.
Yes, your resume is important, but as with any real-world encounter, it's the photo that makes that crucial first impression.
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