It was a "thing" back in the day.
And people would say: "Don't blend in with the wallpaper."
Translation: Stand out, get noticed, and be visible.
Don't be a wallflower.
Blending in makes us feel invisible, ordinary, and maybe even dull.
It repels people and opportunities. It happens every day online.
And at conferences. Most people don't seem to mind blending in at industry events.
This week, I saw a few people I know posting pictures of themselves exhibiting at a trade expo.
Some of the posts were from past coaching clients.
They are REALLY good at what they do.
They know their sh*t.
They work hard and often exceed their goals.
Why spend time in a booth when you could speak at a workshop down the hall?
To a captive audience who wants to learn from you. And maybe hire you.
Do you see yourself in an endless row of vendors trying to muster up conversations while handing out candy and...
Are your teeth visible in your profile pictures online?
This is not a trick question, it's quite important in how people perceive you. And how you communicate.
I share a tip on why...or why not...you should show your teeth in pictures. Especially in professional headshots and branded pix.
Click the 3-minute video above for the details.
Plus...I've included something fun for you about why body language is critical in our communication.
Are you smiling with your teeth showing in your pictures? Comment below!
If we took our own advice, the world would be a very different place.
I was finishing a post about our willingness to stare down the truth and "go there."
To go deep and say what truly needs to be said.
Scratching the surface helps no one.
I was ready to hit PUBLISH, but something happened.
I threw up a little in my mouth.
Lots of words that scratch the Sue Young surface.
Even the Grammarly app I use deemed the engagement as “Bland.”
So I followed my own advice to "go there."
This is the real deal, Take 2.
I'm days away from finishing a year-long Mastermind program.
I'm a firm believer in learning from people who are 5-10 steps ahead of me.
To do this, I plunked down $30,000 to join Emily's Mastermind.
And I'm not even close to reaching my business goals.
Surprisingly, I am OK with this.
Because Emily's group turned me upside down and inside out. Not so much as an entrepreneur but as a human being.
As the program wraps up, I’ve done a lot of reflecting.
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