Monthly Archive for May, 2012

Don’t hate me because I’m beautiful

I’ve blogged about this concept before. The beauty premium, erotic capital, why you can’t afford to be ugly and of course how tall people make more money than their shorter colleagues.

At first glance, all this seems quite provocative, but shouldn’t be. The Economist Magazine recently explained why attractive women should not include a photo with a job application.

Let’s face it – this is why you read or are subscribed to this blog. You want to hear it “like it is”.

We live in the real world and it’s far from perfect or fair or “equal”.

That’s why our clients out-perform their peers – we teach them how to appear taller, prettier/more handsome and build/create their erotic capital when and where necessary.

But those tips and techniques are secrets only shared with clients – sorry.

If you want to know how you can make the most of what you’ve got, contact us and we’ll show you how!

Psst! None of the strategies we teach involve cosmetic surgery. They are all safe, legitimate and easy to implement.

Preeminence Pyramid

One of the most valuable skills you can learn is speed reading. The reason although self-evident is lost on many professionals and entrepreneurs who struggle to keep up with the demands of their careers and businesses. Preeminence means that your reputation, standing and stature as a source of knowledge, expertise and wisdom precedes you. It’s one of the foundational strategies of Exponential Marketing. However, WHAT you read is as important as how FAST you read it.

I created the Preeminence Pyramid to highlight the evolution of a speed reader as he/she matures to develop his/her preeminence and the skills associated with a ‘higher’ profile persona. Of course you can mix and match your reading serendipitously, but the evolution is suggested in this order to ensure the BASE of the pyramid is as wide and as strong as possible. You know to ascend to the next level in the hierarchy when you’ve more or less saturated yourself in the content and context of that particular level/theme.

This of course is a guideline, not a strict rule. It’s just that without the underlying foundational analysis skills, great biographies are read as great story telling rather than as a revelation of the dynamics at play that intertwine the written passages – they greatest distinctions are unwritten and obtained through osmosis – if you don’t possess the basic skills, you simply can’t decipher the code and lose the most valuable lessons.

Speed Reading, Read Faster, Speed Read

A picture is worth a 1000 words

I’ve recently blogged about the importance of your online photo and image. We’ve all heard the dictum a picture is worth a thousand words. In this instance it’s 2,000.

It always amazes me what the power of the human spirit can unleash when it’s creativity is unbounded. For more images like this one, click on the photo below!

Photos composed of words, Words In Photos, Portraits With Words