With the sweet comes a little sour. Because of all of this big work, I'm postponing the Mommy Makeover show just for a little bit until I get these two things launched. If you've already nominated someone or nominated yourself, please know that I will be keeping all those names for when the project continues, so stay tuned!
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Reminder: Be yourself and you'll attract the right clients!
This week on the podcast I also talked about the importance of presenting the polished version of YOU in working environments. Obviously, if their is a dress code you are going to need to adhere to it, but for those of you who work for yourselves...girl, you've got to be you to attract the right clients. Preach! You and I both know you've had some unfun clients in the past. The people that are hard, and needy, and don't end up even liking the service you provide because THEY AREN'T YOUR CLIENTS. Your style and essence cast way too wide of a net and now you are attracting the wrong clients AND the right ones...but you only want the right ones.
How do you do this? Pump JUST enough personality into your wardrobe, learn what makes you super confident, then broadcast it with your style and energy. That broadcast will turn away those who aren't meant to be working with you and DRAW IN those who are.
An example? A realtor with an edge who injects her personality into her wardrobe (a real life client). She is still polished enough that clients know she has her shit together, but the personality is there. Instead of wearing a matchy matchy grey skirt suit with a white blouse and neutral pumps (yawn), she chooses a black blazer over a red tee with tailored black and white pants, finished with jewelry she loves and slick black booties. Still appropriate for the houses she's showing, still appropriate for the business casual work environment, but shows just enough personality and she attracts the clients she LOVES working with.
How can you start injecting personality into your work wear?