The cliché about first impressions is true. The way you look determines how people perceive you. A person who dresses great makes a better impression than someone who looks scruffy.
Tell us about yourself and what you do
I’m an entrepreneur, author & coach. My main focus is on wealth, health and wisdom. We live in such a competitive world. And I write & coach about the challenges of modern-day life, such as dealing with self-doubt, office politics, annoying people, fear, motivation, improving yourself, strategy, entrepreneurship, and anything else that is related to growth.
Who has inspired you in your life and why?
My parents. They always encouraged me to get educated. I never saw the benefit of it—I preferred going out. But they kept encouraging me. It wasn’t until I graduated University with a Masters Degree in Marketing when I realized that knowledge actually is power. I must say, knowledge is only power when you act on it.
What is your greatest achievement so far?
Writing my book ‘Massive Life Success’. It is compilation of everything I’ve learned about psychology, motivation, success, and achieving your goals. My goal for this book to deconstruct why some people live happy, stress-free lives, full of achievement, and others do not.
Do you have any tips for our readers that are trying to break in the industry?
The cliché about first impressions is true. The way you look determines how people perceive you. A person who dresses great makes a better impression than someone who looks scruffy. A common mistake people make is that they dress according to their perception of themselves. This is a thinking error. Dress like what you want to be instead of what you are. Do you wish to become a CEO? Dress like one. Do you want to become a fashion designer? Dress like one. Always look your best, not only for other people but also for yourself. You will feel more confident—that is one of the key ingredients of breaking in the industry.