Monday, February 20, 2012
What you're saying is, you're not into the fashions of the booty and boobalisious? Got. It. Usually, when you're "getting noticed" for what you're wearing (unless it's because the person is in rapport with you because you have the same style) it's a bad thing.
SO how do you get noticed? By talking to people about what you're passionate about, opening up about yourself, and sharing personal stories. That's how you get noticed because you're being yourself and people can connect to you.
I know, I make it sound so easy, but you know what? It really can be that easy... so start talking!
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