Master Etiquette and Self-Confidence
March 5, 2014•57 min
You want to be your own boss, but do you see yourself as an expert? Packaging your expertise won't be easy if you don't have a clear perspective of the package you are already in. How you share your message with the world will determine how you are able to truly monetize your work/life experiences and it starts with what you are already projecting. If u hav tIpos n missppellins in ur soshal medea n email corresspondance, you might be conveying a misperception about your capabilities and who you really are. Build your Expert Empire. Are you discounting your knowledge and your expertise? If you don't believe it, you can't expect others to believe it either. Unfortunately we can't just snap our fingers and magically acheive the ideal confidence level that we need to run our business with ease and impact... or can we? Fake it until you make it. Feel like a fraud? It's what the top leaders in your industry have been doing for years. Start by dressing the part, portraying the professional you aim to be and embodying the persona of an expert in your chosen feild. The secret to social self-confidence is to know and understand the rules of social engagement before you’re in the middle of an uncomfortable situation. In a simple sense, when you know which fork to use — you are liberated. It works the same way with small talk, introductions, eye contact, and “The Perfect Hand Shake”. Take a quick lesson in etiquette. Joining us as a guest this week is Patricia Rossi, the author of the book Everyday Etiquette: How To Navigate 101 Common and Uncommon Social Situations. This week we will be diving into some of the most common traditional etiquette guidelines and those that are relevant to our technologically-oriented society of today. This is the framework for basic kindness, authentic confidence and overall better personal and business relationships.