Stand Out and Get Ahead, Richard Laermer Zebra Manifesto for Change This

OK the illustration on Richard Laermer How to Fame manifesto for Change This is not really a zebra.

I used the image to capture your imagination.

Think of someone, maybe yourself, wearing a zebra lined shirt, even paired with a fairly conservative outfit, unless you are on a fashion shoot, there is a good chance you will stand out from the crowd.

Being acknowledged just for your style is not going to be enough and will not be by itself your ticket to the stars or at least recognition, only one of them.

Read Richard story and see for yourself. I don't want to spoil the fun by quoting it. I am confident of his storytelling talents.


Telling tall tales for Monday Work Etiquette # 140

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