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Dear Subscriber,

Since this is your first ClassyTip, you may be wondering what type of Tips you'll be receiving each week. Rather than keep you in suspense, here's an inside look at what I'll be sending you:

- How to stay composed in difficult situations
- What people most admire in others
- How to select good conversational topics
- How to always appear ‘confident’ and ‘in control’
- Learn how to make good introductions
- Creating a wardrobe for business success
- Keep people from ‘tuning you out’
- Learn how to dress casually but not ‘crummy’
- The power you can gain with the written word
- Reliability can define your future
- The words that can destroy your career
- Making dining etiquette simple, fun, and easy

. . . And I cover all these topics in just the first few ClassyTips you’ll be receiving.

So if you want to get great information that can help you in business, social, and even family situations, then welcome to my Kim's ClassyTips weekly Newsletter.

This week we'll start with the basics, so here we go . . .

Welcome to my ClassyTip for this week which focuses on:

- Appearance
- Behavior
- Communication

- Always Appearing at your Best - Tip #1

First impressions only happen once. And the image you project will start you off on the right, or the wrong, foot. So pay attention to the details of your grooming and wardrobe, and you’ll be known as someone who’s an asset to have around.

What are key details that make the difference?

It goes without saying that to be well groomed, both you and your clothing are clean and tidy. Clothing is pressed, shoes shined, facial hair on men is trimmed.

Hairstyles for women and men are a personal choice, based on type of hair, age, wardrobe style, and profession. But keeping your hairstyle trimmed, so it maintains its shape, is critical to always looking your best.

Your wardrobe is also a personal choice, based upon your age, your style, and your profession or lifestyle. Whether you’re wearing casual shorts, a business suit, or evening attire, it’s imperative to make sure your clothes fit you correctly. Nothing detracts more quickly from your image than a poorly fitting piece of clothing – whether it’s too big, or too tight.

Plan your wardrobe so it matches your lifestyle. By doing this, you’ll be appropriately dressed for all your activities and the events you attend.

A classy person is always prepared to look his or her best. Then once out the door each day, attention can focus on others -- ready to make a terrific first impression.

Kimberley Roberts ClassyTips

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