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What You Wear Makes You OR Breaks You
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"Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication." ~Leonardo da Vinci

What you wear sells you or slays you. You become interesting, credible and believable by the attire that is right for the moment and the audience. You become a distracting noise when your appearance glares with a gaudy façade.

Whether you’re a man or a woman, the more adornment you have of jewels, gold or baubles the less attention your audience has on your message. You never want your listeners to focus on what you wear and miss what you say. Don’t distract! Enhance the message and your credibility with what you wear.

If you need to wear less jewelry, finery or extra accessories to get your message across, don’t complain. Just smile and do it. Let your words and actions as the speaker adorn their minds with ideas like jewels of high price.

It isn’t about wearing sackcloth and ashes or putting on the garb of a street urchin.
It is being in sync with how your listeners think and feel about themselves and how they want to relate and connect with you. Simplicity with quality is always a smart fashion statement from the speaking platform.

Wear it well or don’t wear it at all and less is usually better.



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