Success over the long term depends as much as how you present yourself as how exemplary your work is. This is the time of everything visual. How you look, how you sit or stand, and how you create sentences using visual cues will make a world of difference.
When the radio was the main means of public communication, it was fine to have a smooth and soothing voice to get points across. It didn’t really matter as much what you looked like to speak out. Then television demanded something more.
And now with social media at the helm, it’s the whole package of look, say, feel that gets you at the front of the line.
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