opinion

Be Yourself in Business

Brad Gosse

When I asked my friend Ted Payne for an idea to blog about today, he immediately replied with this topic.

Ted shared with me the fact that when he first started in business he tried to play the part of an old man. Not just the way he dressed but in the way he interacted with other business people.

Once Ted realized that he didn’t need to play the role of anyone but himself, business got easier and more enjoyable for him.

If you find yourself dressing like someone you can’t stand to look at in the mirror, or playing the part of someone that isn’t congruent with your personality it’s time for a change.

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