Business Leader Aura: Dress Sense, Vocal Etiquette And Posture

Open up a brand new web page or tab and go to YouTube. Then click on the Bloomberg and CNBC channels. These two media outlets are all about finances, business and trade. Many people of all kinds in all industries come onto the shows, and give you their opinion about what is going on in their professional world. For one, don’t listen to what they say just watch how they carry themselves. You know when you’re watching a business leader just by how they act. Subconsciously, they are giving off signals to our own subconsciousness and we immediately begin to trust them more and really take on board what they’re saying. If you are someone who owns a small business or perhaps just wants to look for a new career, then following their example is something you must consider. 

Look the part

Yes, yes, these days the young and budding entrepreneurs think that wearing ‘old fashioned’ clothes is a bore but wearing hoodies and joggers is the new standard. Wrong, for the young and brash wearing clothes you’d probably wake up to go to work is not a big problem, but for someone who wants to be respected automatically, you have to wear a suit. However, it’s not just any old suit you should take off the shelf, a custom suit designed around your body is what’s needed. Take a look at these mens custom suits, and see how the old traditions and the new styles are merging together. The professional tailors will work with you on a one-on-one basis. You give their your trust, and they will take your measurements. They’ll advise you on what kinds of features your suit can have for the vision you’re going for. A tailored suit is able to be spotted from a mile off among CEOs and other c-suite ranks; as well as the media and investors.

A droopy posture

Society really is in such a funny and strange era. Millions upon millions of people are constantly looking down, their necks bent forward, their shoulders caving inward. White collar jobs have increased substantially over the past two decades, so we all have a similar posture. It’s kind of concave almost as if there’s a gravity vortex in the middle of our chest. A droopy posture such as this, does not give people confidence in someone. It’s kind of weak and small. The simple fact of the matter is, for a business leader or professional looking to show confidence in their actions, broad shoulders, a straight back, a slightly puffed chest and proper width between the toes of your feet must be donned.

Confidence in conversation

Showing passion in your voice can constitute a constant shifting of tone and pitch. However, the art of holding a conversation is also a mark of a confident business leader. Conversation etiquette is something we have almost forgotten in society but in professional circles it is anything but. Take the time to listen to the other party, try not to interrupt and making engaging eye contact.

Business leaders carry themselves in a different way to normal people. They must dress smartly, behave courteously and look bold and strong to command confidence in any room they walk into. 

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Why there are 3 credit bureaus

Why three? It’s a good question, and one that invites a few follow-ups.

One of the most common questions we hear concerns the three credit bureaus (Equifax, Experian, and TransUnion). The question is: “Why three?”It’s a good question, and one that invites a few follow-ups, such as “Do they all have the same information? Will my score be the same across the board? And if not, what does that mean?” It’s understandable that it all seems a bit confusing at first. In actuality, the reason for the number of credit bureaus is simple geography. What is now Experian grew out of the West, TransUnion the Midwest, and Equifax the South and East.

Credit reporting bureaus began as the U.S. was expanding and small groups of merchants began sharing financial information about their customers. This way when a new merchant opened they already knew about how much credit to extend to the people in town. These groups grew and consolidated over the years into credit bureaus. The term ‘credit bureaus’ may sound intimidating to some consumers, but their primary role is to actually help banks and lenders give out loans based purely on financial behaviors and not, like in the old days, on the judgments and assumptions of individual bankers.

The question about the information that’s being collected is really important. While most of the information collected by the three credit bureaus is similar, there are differences. For example, one credit bureau may have unique information captured about a consumer that is not being captured by the other two, or the same data element may be stored or displayed differently from bureau to bureau.

It’s also important to understand that while the credit bureaus provide an extremely similar service, there are differences in the way they work, and in the models or algorithms they use to create their credit scores. It turns out that it’s a really good thing that there are multiple bureaus. Basically, every system needs checks and balances. In the great sweep of data–collection, one bureau might pick up a bit of inaccurate information that, luckily, can be straightened out by cross–referencing another’s bureau’s information. Anything from a unique report to a simple clerical error can cause a mistake to occur. If there were only one bureau, one data bank to reference, good luck arguing your case. Think of it this way: in the world of credit scores, three’s not a crowd, it’s a relief. It’s backup when you need it and security that if there’s a mistake in one, there are two others to help prove it.

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