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Sunday, 17 September 2006


Do you know what image you portray? Do people stare at you when you walk into a room? And how long do they stare? When people are introduced to you, do they look you up and down nervously or do they have pleasant smiles on their faces? All of the answers to these questions can provide cues as to whether your general image is usually in the winner's circle or the loser's circle. I ALWAYS MAKE SURE THAT WHEN I MEET SOMEONE, IT'S IMPORTANT FOR ME THAT THEY MEET THE 'REAL ME' AND NOT MY REPRESENTATIVE. I wonder why would people say ‘IMAGE IS EVERYTHING’ when there are persons out there that don’t give a FUCK about how they are perceived. Not that I feel that how one conducts him or herself is dependent on what they do in the public eye, but there should @ least be some sort of decency involved. I find it very interesting how we as human beings take others into our self-esteem as if they behavior (or lack thereof) is tied to them. I feel that we all want to display a good image. Some of us change outfits, we get our hair cut, we pamper and primp ourselves, we shop, we dry clean, we press and we steam. However, this doesn’t necessarily make better image. Why is that? My theory is that we don't seek to enrich our lives with the things that foster a positive healthy image. Coupled with the fact that most of us don’t share energies with persons that can enhance our lives, makes me wonder if image really matters…So ask yourself this, does the image you project have more to do with emulating someone else than it does with saying something about who you are? Moreover, do you even know what you want to project? Because if you don't know the answer to these questions how are you going to take yourself to the next level? When you stand in front of a mirror and you genuinely like what you see staring back at you, you can be 100% sure that you do indeed know how important it is to have an well balanced image. This comes from the inside, don’t let anyone define you or categorize you. Damn what anybody else thinks!

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