Saturday, August 9, 2014

Quintessential ways to distinguish yourself

Separating yourself from the crowd is easy.  Literally anyone can do it.  You can be that guy who strips off his clothes and runs onto the baseball diamond only to be tackled by security.  You can be that woman with the awkwardly loud hair and clothes that act as a gaudy lighthouse from a mile away.  While anyone can stand out, it takes a man of imagination, class and awareness to distinguish himself.  Even the word “distinguish” carries with it an implied taste and confidence that everyone wants but few manage elegantly.  There are countless ways to gracefully flaunt this quality, and remember, the key here is “gracefully.” 

A Rolex

Need I say more?  We all know that I really don’t, but we also know that I will.  Rolex and class are practically synonymous.  You can’t have a Rolex without class, and class is only magnified with a Rolex.  It is more than a watch, more than a piece of jewelry, it is a testament to perfection in aesthetic and engineering.  If you wear a Rolex, doors will open before your eyes and opportunities won’t come knocking, they’ll come begging.  For the gentleman looking to distinguish himself from the crowd, but really the world, the properly chosen Rolex watch is truly the quintessence of tact, taste and confidence.  If you think you are ready, and believe me, not everyone is, then go online and search for the one exquisite piece that will define you at The Watch Buyers Group
The Rolex is the Rolls Royce of watches, and it is priced accordingly.  Therefore, not everyone has access to one.  For those of us whose business cards don’t say CEO under our names, there are some other, more accessible ways- especially for my man who just finished medical school and is dreaming to possess a Rolex.

A Suit

While a great suit will set you back, it won’t break the bank.  Any dent it makes on your finances will come back to you as soon as you take a look in the mirror.  The right suit means not just any suit.  You don’t have to get the best one, but you have to get a good one, and you need someone with a keen eye to help you find an appropriate fit.  Even after you’ve chosen a great, well-fitting suit, it still needs to be tailored.  This isn’t an option, it’s a requirement and you’ll see the difference and know why as soon as you observe how you look. 

An excellent handshake

Some of us are working toward lofty goals, but haven’t reached them yet.  That doesn’t mean that we can’t distinguish ourselves in a memorable and tactfully confident way.  It just means that we need to be more careful, and carry ourselves in a demeanor that shows our peers and colleagues that even though we’ve not made it, we expect to.  We demand to. 

This is a sponsored post by the watch buyer's group

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