Look after your shoes
People notice footwear (men’s and women’s), particularly when it looks tired, dirty or old. So, make sure to:
- Keep your shoes and boots clean and polished
- Have them re-soled when needed
- Replace frayed or broken laces
The added benefit is that if you look after your shoes and boots, not only will you look more polished but your shoes will last much, much longer, and save you money in the long run.
Introducing our new series: ‘Quick Win’
What are Quick Wins?
They are very small, straightforward tips about things you can do that will give you that little bit of extra polish.
How is this series different from our ‘Don’t do that. Do this instead.’ series?
Both series are about being aware that small actions speak volumes.
Our ‘Quick Win’ topics are generally very simple to implement and don’t need a great deal of explanation. Our ‘Don’t do that’ topics sometimes need a little more information, and possibly a little more time for you to apply them.
Our aim with all blog entries is to:
- help you realize that even small actions can create unexpected reactions in others – good, bad or indifferent;
- provide you with the tips, tools and added confidence to be the most polished professional you can be.
If you have questions you’d like us to answer or topics you’d like us to cover please don’t be shy – send us a note here!
Add Polish to your Conference Experience with our one-day workshop: Conference Confidence
October 5, 2016, Downtown Toronto
Conference season is almost here. Attending events costs us time and money but can provide many great opportunities, as long as we know how to take advantage of them.
Do you and your staff have the confidence and skills to make the most of your investment?
Ours is the only workshop designed specifically to provide the tips, tools and skills your staff need to make the most of attending events.
Click here for more details. If you would like to chat about if this is right for you please don’t hesitate to contact us.