The Wall Street Journal: "Success Outside the Dress Code"
Read this article from The Wall Street Journal. What is a “dress code“?
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Anyone who has felt like the odd of the group can take heart from new research from Harvard Business School that says in distinct ways can you an air of presence or influence.
Standing out in certain circumstances, like wearing sweats in a luxury store, also appears to an individual’s standing.
One obvious way people signal what the researchers called “status” is through visible , like what they wear and what they buy. Previous research has largely examined why people buy or wear branded items.
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duck (n) a common bird that lives on or near water and has short legs and a wide beak
to stick out (v) to be noticeable or easily seen
to lend (v) to give a particular quality to a person or a situation
to boost (v) to make something increase, or become better or more successful
marker (n) an object or a sign that shows the position of something
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