Putting a watch on makes me feel like I’m ready to go.Casey Greenawalt
- Because we live in a shallow world, it is possible that others will not be able to appreciate our strengths or emotional intelligence if they are unimpressed by our outward appearance.
- Too little attention to how we look may be as harmful as too much attention to how we look.
- A disorganized appearance may reflect a disorganized life.
- We are more than the way we look, but our appearance is an important part of our identity.
- We don’t always recall exactly what others were wearing when we met them, but we do remember our overall impression of them.
- When we wear clothes that make us feel simultaneously comfortable and confident, we positively impact the way that others perceive us.
- Reflect on the question, “Am I giving too much or too little attention to my outward appearance?”
- Invest as much intentionality in the way you present yourself at work as you invested on the day of your interview.
- Wear the same quality of clothes for Zoom meetings as you would wear for in-person meetings.
Live With Less
What does it look like to live against the grain in a world that is focused on collecting more, more, and more? This week, Dr. Michael Brown and recovering people-pleaser Amy Seiffert discuss how reducing the clutter in our lives and hearts allows us to make room for whatever is most important.
Stop Comparing Yourself
How do you respond when you see the people around you experiencing success? This week Dr. Michael Brown chats with Casey Greenawalt about making the switch from passive envy to productive energy.
Love The Earth
Environmental justice is about so much more than pandas and pollution. This week, Martha Chandran-Dickerson joins Dr. Michael Brown as she broadens our vision and deepens our understanding of the connection between daily decisions, climate change, and vulnerable communities.