Dress for RespectPosted: 02-23-2018
I recently read an article written by a high ranking member of the armed forces which articulated how he felt disrespected when a young digital executive was more appropriately dressed for a mosh pit than a meeting on national security. It doesn't matter if the young executive intended to show disrespect. He should have taken the time to understand that how you dress isn't just a reflection of your personal fashion preferences. It indicates the respect, or lack thereof, that you have for those around you.