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Confidence. It’s important for business success. It’s the key to standing out in a crowd. And it’s absolutely essential for creating and sustaining incredible relationships that enrich your life.
When you’re confident, you’re able to find that extra push within yourself to stop making excuses and take action to build the relationships and life you really want.
• You start conversations.
• You stand up, speak out, and aren’t afraid to be seen.
• You step forward and say what you really want to say. And you’re not afraid to ask for what you need.
Unleash Your Inner Boss Babe
We all have moments where we feel not-so-confident, though. That’s what I love about what I do. I help women get comfortable with their own personal style so that they can look and feel their best no matter what the situation. The more comfortable they get and feel in their own skin, the more confidence I see shine through. And something I like to call their inner Boss Babe.
Boss Babes are a movement today that embody self-confidence. As a Boss Babe, you are embracing your style, creativity, and everything that is unique about you, and channeling it into creating a life you love.
Why is it important for us to embrace our inner Boss Babe? Every time you walk into a room, start up a conversation, or even just meet someone new for the first time, people are deciding on the spot if they like you, trust you, or want to know more about you. All based on the style and personality that you project.
Seconds to Make Impression
It takes just a quick glance for someone to create a first impression that can either help or hurt you. Think about it – how many times have you looked at the way someone presented themselves at a social event, from the stage, in a YouTube video, or even when they are sitting next to you at a friend’s birthday party, and you’ve experienced an immediate attraction – or repulsion – without really being able to put your finger on the why?
It’s true what your mom always told you – you never get a second chance to make a first impression. It takes only seconds for people to size you up. Psychologists call it “thin slicing.” You can’t help it, it’s a subconscious reaction. Within moments of meeting someone, you decide all sorts of things about them, from status to intelligence.
The first impressions you make can create emotional, lasting connections that build strong relationships. Or, if your first impression isn’t so great, it can be the reason that people are running away, not listening, and unwilling to put the effort into creating a mutually beneficial relationship.
Embrace Your Personal Style
That’s why I am so passionate about helping women embrace their own personal style and unleash their inner Boss Babe to live in true alignment with their authentic self and the message they want to share with the world. A Boss Babe knows that the nonverbal cues she shares with the people around her can help to inspire loyal relationships and create the life she wants.
Don’t forget, though, that being a Boss Babe involves much more than what you look like on the outside. Yes, what you wear, your physical appearance, and your non-verbal gestures all help to influence how others perceive you. But what truly makes a Boss Babe confident and in control of the message she is sending is her energy, personality, vitality and confidence that she is a unique and essential part of her world.
Want some more help with finding your inner Boss Babe? Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org to find out how we can work together to embrace your personal style and master the tools you need to look great, be confident, and create the life and relationships you deserve. You are strong. You are resilient. You are unique. You are a Boss Babe!
Professional Image Expert Jennifer Shultz helps women perfect their image and send the right message to boost confidence, build credibility, and elevate their business and life. An in-demand fashion and makeup artist, Jennifer produces fashion shows in the Los Angeles area that benefit charity organizations and support local businesses, is a producer for L.A. and O.C. Fashion Week, writes a magazine fashion column, and is director for the Fashion Channel on Women Network TV. To find out how you can work directly with Jennifer, or shop the lines she represents,