THE THIRD PIECE

Do you know how to boost your credibility with a third piece?

Clothing communicates! People assume over a dozen things about you when they first see you, including how competent you are. It is not fair, but it is real. Clothing is an instant messaging system that immediately sets people’s expectations for your performance. It is simple: what people see is what they expect.

Learn how to instantly boost your credibility by adding a third piece to your outfit in this month’s “Do You Know?”

RECEIVING COMPLIMENTS

Do you know what NOT to say when complimented?

Think about the last time you received a compliment. “You look great!” “Awesome job on that project.” How did you respond? Did you handle the compliment well? Here is a hint: there is only one correct response to a sincere compliment.

Learn what NOT to say when complimented (and the only correct response to praise) in this month’s “Do You Know?”

ENCLOTHED COGNITION

Do you know that your clothes have superpowers?

How did Clark Kent transform from a mild-mannered reporter into a world-saving superhero? He changed his clothes! Clark Kent became Superman by putting on his cape, which changed how he interacted with the world. Like Superman, your clothes have superpowers too!

We know that our clothes influence how others see us, but did you know that clothing also influences how you see yourself and how you think? Learn about how your clothes impact your performance in this month’s “Do You Know?”

GRADUATION ANNOUNCEMENT

Do you know how to respond to a graduation announcement?

Graduation is an exciting right-of-passage. Graduates and their families gather to honor years of study and hard work. These important celebrations mark the closing of one chapter and the beginning of a new season. It is an honor to be included! Do you know what to do when you receive a graduation announcement? Do you attend the graduation? Do you send a gift? Learn how to respond to a graduation announcement in this month’s “Do You Know?”

ART OF ACKNOWLEDGMENT

Do you know the Art of Acknowledgment?

Have you ever walked into a room and felt invisible because no one looked your way? We are all guilty of ignoring the people around us because we are absorbed in our technology or mental to-do lists. Acknowledging others is one of the easiest and most powerful ways we can connect and build relationships. Learn the three steps to the Art of Acknowledgment in this month’s “Do You Know?”

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