How to Dress For a Job Interview

Now that you’ve tossed the graduation cap into the air and the diplomas have been collected, it’s time to face the job hunt. After all the preparation you’ve put in (searching for open positions, and updating your resume), the last step is figuring out the best way to present yourself to a potential employer. Job … Continue reading “How to Dress For a Job Interview”

Taking Care of Your Appearance Might Get You That Promotion

As much as we might hate to admit it we all make split-second decisions about people based on how they look. It’s not nice and it might not be right, but it’s a part of our brains sub-conscious that helps us to easily decide if someone is part of our tribe and whether we should … Continue reading “Taking Care of Your Appearance Might Get You That Promotion”

Cultural Etiquette is Necessary for Business and Career Success

It is expected that the average millennial will have more than four careers throughout their lifetime. When you also consider the increasingly global nature of our economy, you realize that at some point you will be working with people or a company from another culture. Your ability to work effectively in that situation will determine … Continue reading “Cultural Etiquette is Necessary for Business and Career Success”

Dressing For Success : A Simple Guide For Freelancers

As a freelancer, you have a little more flexibility when it comes to your workplace dress code than the average office. However, with more choice comes a lot of headaches – and there will be times when you wish you had the strict rules of businesses like legal firms and accountants in place. On the … Continue reading “Dressing For Success : A Simple Guide For Freelancers”

Cracking the Office Dress Code

Your appearance says volumes about who you are. Research has shown how crucial the first 10 seconds to a minute of your initial introduction are in a social setting. 90% of people form their opinion about you within this brief time. Passing the initial test with a positive appearance and attractive nonverbal cues are likable … Continue reading “Cracking the Office Dress Code”