Look your best in everything you do. Do so in front of a good mirror made of the best glass in Indianapolis.
Whether you’re heading out for a job interview or attending a party, you’ll want to look as good as possible. Although your character and credentials are important, how you present yourself on the outside also matters. After all, your approach to personal grooming can also speak volumes about your character.
Some studies back up the need to look good. A 2011 study spearheaded by Daniel Hammerhash, economics professor at the University of Texas, showed that attractive people could earn as much as four percent more than those with average looks. This points to an estimated $230,000 “good looks” bonus over one’s lifetime, depending on the job.