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Your digital presence is a vital part of your personal brand. Here at I on Image I help you to manage your digital presence on relevant online platforms, increase your visibility and help you to build a reputation that is fully aligned with your personal brand.
With this festive post I am wishing you HAPPY NEW YEAR 2020 + Giving you loads of ideas to make your personal image rock all 2020 long!
Your appearance is the part of your personal image that you can’t possibly hide. Discover the power of your personal style that flatters your best features.
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Field Notes About Ageism by I on Image Ageism means stereotyping and discriminating against individuals or groups on the basis of their age. In many countries people are protected by law against discrimination by age, gender, ethnic background, sexual orientation, disabilities etc. Sadly there are sneaky ways to go around the law. Discrimination at … Continue reading Field Notes About Ageism
I find the whole science of first impressions so fascinating. When a person meets you for the first time their brain makes several snap decisions about you in just 7 seconds. Actually it takes only a tenth of a second to decide if the person is trustworthy but as long as 30 seconds to make … Continue reading How to Make a Great First Impression