There’s no denying that as an entrepreneurial woman one of the secrets to launching a successful business is to be perceived as a success. It may sound superficial but we are perceived by how we present ourselves. Style + Success expert Sharon Haver, a business coach for entrepreneurial women, shares pro stylist tips on how to look like the celebrity face of your brand.
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What to wear for a business event can be confusing enough but when you add dress codes to the mix, it can be a disaster. Or fabulous! In this style tutorial video, fashion stylist and success expert Sharon Haver shares tips on what to wear and not to wear for a business casual dress code.
I have to admit that I’m not the best at blowdrying my hair or using a curling iron. Frankly, I don’t have to be! My easy beauty hack for using Velcro rollers to add volume to fine hair is so simple, that I don’t have worry about complicated blowouts.
How to dress for your body shape? Well, as Sharon Haver says: “It’s not the style honey, it’s the attitude!” It’s no news that what you wear says a lot about you. Your clothes do not only outline your figure or size, but also tell a lot about your ambitions, emotions and spending habits. Do you want to dress stylish and fashionable? Yes, you can be stylish at any size!
For the big picture to succeed in business you need a plan. You need a business plan. The “last minute attitude” is cool for your personal life. But to succeed as an entrepreneur you need to stick to a business plan, and stick to a strategy. That’s how things happen
The #1 way how not to look old and be perceived as relevant is pretty simple. Hang on to your youthful spirit! There’s nothing that breaks my heart more than when I hear otherwise vital women saying, “I can’t do this, “I can’t wear that,” “for my age,” and other nay saying that olds them back. It usually happens when there is a big life event or around a birthday with a Zero.
Success Quick Tip: Investing in yourself is your most valuable investment .The number one way to get clients to invest in you: Invest in yourself! That’s right. I’ve said it. How can clients invest in you if you don’t invest in your business acumen and personal development and business development, and in how you present yourself? Even when you’re in a casual environment when you want clients to invest in you, you have got to be at least a few […]
Today’s Productivity Quick Tip is the importance of finding clarity in white space. Sometimes you just need to literally find white space to clear your head and get clarity. Look at this beauty of white and clean all around me. A simple, absolutely open palette allows you to be able to think of what you want to do, what you want to accomplish, what’s next in your life. Now, I admit that most of the time we don’t get the […]
Today’s Quick Tip is a little bit about business. A little bit about life and it’s something that I think is incredibly important to know how you run your company. Especially, if you’re a solopreneur or a woman entrepreneur. How should you run your life? Why do ambitious people do more than people who run aimlessly? Ambition defines how passionately you go about doing what you do. This has so much to do with what happens when you hire people […]
A break during the day gives you the opportunity to change gears from what you’re doing. My favorite productivity hack to go outside, change gears and enjoy the scenery so you can come back refreshed and ready to work. A break is to get clear, get a breath of fresh air, and just really change gears.
Get out of your comfort zone. Explore new horizons! The secret to see things bigger, greater and different than you are used to. For instance, take my place out West. Did I ever think growing up in Brooklyn, being a native New Yorker and city girl that I would have a place in Wyoming that I designed as an ode to Dale Evans and Roy Rogers? No way. I married a skier and gave birth to a skier. At first […]
How to Develop Your Leadership Style- From climbing Everest to what to wear as a keynote speaker, adventurer Alison Levine spills the beans on climbing to the top On this week’s episode of The 7 Days to Amazing Podcast, Alison Levine, Adventurer, Mountaineer & Author, talks about her experiences climbing Mount Everest and how to apply the invaluable leadership + style lessons she has learned along the way.