Lookin’ good…

I’ve blogged about this concept before. The beauty premium, erotic capital, why you can’t afford to be ugly and of course how tall people make more money than their shorter colleagues. You need to take pride in your appearance, not for superficial reasons, but because it makes a difference. And yet The Economist Magazine recently explained why attractive women should not include a photo with a job application. Even though the “beauty premium” is almost a quarter of a million dollars”.

What this means is that without focusing on the superficial aspect of looking good, there are quick, easy and inexpensive things you can do to look better and therefore improve your results – in your personal and professional life.


As a reader and/or subscriber to this blog, you know that it’s the little things that add up to make a big difference. The key is knowing what to do and then just… doing them!

I previously blogged about how to get motivated to make a change. Sometimes it means facing reality head-on, even though we don’t really want to. Sometimes the catalyst is thrust upon us, serendipitously!

1 Response to “Lookin’ good…”

  • As an Exercise Physiologist actively working with clients to improve their health, fitness and lifestyle choices – I agree that its often only small changes required to dramatically improve ones external appearance.

    I recently blogged about the Top 7 nutritional mistakes to avoid where I outlined simple yet powerful changes you can make to your diet which will dramatically improve your health and ultimately your appearance. Glowing radiant health comes from eating well and regular structure exercise.

    Brendan Rigby
    Accredited Exercise Physiologist
    Corrective Exercise Practitioner

    Inspire Fitness for Wellbeing

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