It's The Small Touches That Will Set You Apart

When you want to make a great first impression, it is often the small touches that will set you apart and make you remembered for that next big sale or exciting new opportunity.   Work on  making small adjustments to your wardrobe so that the clothes you are wearing make you feel confident.  It can be as simple as adding a new accessory, a fabulous tie, a beautiful scarf.  Think of your style as your signature, something that people will remember about you.  

Other small changes that reap big rewards are:

  1. Reprograming  your mind to stay positive. 
  2. Set your alarm half an hour earlier. 
  3. Clean up after yourself immediately. 
  4. Don't over-commit. 
  5. Don't be so predictable.
  6. Swap complaining for expressing gratitude. 
  7. Stop comparing yourself to others.

If you are looking to change a habit like making better food choices, exercising more, procrastinating less, or eliminating fears you might have to take a slower approach, one that emphasizes one small step at a time. This can reduce a lot of confusion, anxiety, and feelings of being overwhelmed.

Smile a bit more, as corny as it sounds smiling is something that we often take for granted but it can have a tremendous impact on not only our lives but the lives of others. 

If you’re inclined to jump into conversations whenever you can in order to provide your opinion or viewpoint on something, try stepping back and listening, instead. Listening is far more powerful when it comes to relationship building than continually offering your own opinion. The latter is, of course, important, but you’ll become far better regarded and trusted if you listen more.

Every little change you make adds up to a big difference that is easier to stick with in the long-run. Large changes may show you more short-term wins, but if you're in it for the long haul, it's best to remember that slow and steady wins the race.

If you want to set some small goals to improve yourself, contact me anytime for a courtesy consultation.  I can definitely help you.

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