Saturday, November 16, 2013

24 hours left! Watch "What NOT to Wear on a Job Interview" with Clinton Kelly for FREE!

Remember the National Career Summit I posted 1.5 weeks ago about career advice, promotions, branding and job search by the experts in the field?

It has come to an end, BUT there is BONUS material that will be expiring in 24 hours that you can still have access to if you haven't already!

"What Not to Wear" fashion makeover show hosts
Ever heard of American fashion consultant and media personality Clinton Kelly from the show that features fashion makeovers called, "What Not to Wear?"

This looks like some cute arm accessory!
Well, in this recording, the celebrity guest dishes on "What NOT to Wear on a Job Interview," with tips and practical advice.

Check it out here before the content gets removed!

And good luck on those interviews!

Also check out Clinton Kelly's book, "Oh No She Didn't." The Top 100 Style Mistakes Women Make and How to Avoid Them

Some quotes from the recording:
"When You Look Better, You Feel Better"
"When You Dress Like a Slump, You'll Feel Like a Slump!"
"You're a Product, Sell Yourself!" "You're representing the firm..."
"All Things Equal, the Better Dressed Candidate Will Be Selected."
"Humans Have a Tendency to Like Beautiful Things/People"
"Dress for the Job You Want and Not for the One You Have."
"Stand Out a Little Bit in a Job Interview, but don't go overboard - with a pop of Color, beautiful watch..."
"Depending on the industry you're in..."
"Pet peeves: chipped nail polish nails, clean, trimmed fingernails, 5 'o clock shadow, haircuts/clean-shaven (no shagginess), shoe shined, other small details..."
"Inappropriate: Too much cleavage or leg (skirt length should be around the knee)..." No stained or damaged clothes - wear fitted clothes.
"The Details are everything..."
Another Fabulous Book! Clinton shares his no-fail tips for living the fab life on the cheap - How to Dress, Speak, Behave, Eat, Drink, Entertain, Decorate, and Generally Be Better Than Everyone Else

Some snazzy tips from Clinton's book in this video:

Follow Clinton @Clinton_Kelly


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