How To Dress To Impress

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They say that you never get a second chance to make a first impression. When you walk into the room, people will naturally form an impression on whether you are worth spending time with or not.

Get the message wrong and you could spend valuable time trying to win back approval or interest because they didn’t realize just what a star you truly are. That’s why the way that you need to consider whether your image is giving you the best start in networking.

Rajesh Lalwani is one of the UAE’s finest tailors. He runs Santoba Tailors and Co a very successful business giving entrepreneurs the visual advantage over their peers by making garments that compliment their style and shape.

Have you ever wondered?
• Do we need to wear a tie?
• Which colour is best for TV?
• Should a shirt have a pocket or not?

Wonder no more. All the answers are in this episode.

Let Rajesh dress you too.

About Speaker

Phil Bedford holds a master’s degree and brings over a decade of experience in sales training, business development and consulting to his role as Master Trainer at the Institute. Phil helps professionals live more and earn more through relationship-based referral marketing. With his business acumen and extensive experience in the market since 1998, Phil is currently expanding the franchise across the Middle East region.

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