Researching for my upcoming book, You Beyond The Mirror, I conducted interviews with hundreds of individuals in the U.S., Europe and Brazil on the topic of career as one of the pillars of our identity.
Discussions involving one’s substance versus their looks have been controversial in multiple aspects of human life. In corporations, this discussion may appear when the term executive presence is thrown in the air.
If you think that being photogenic is like being beautiful, is time to demystify this assumption. While the latter is defined by your DNA, becoming photogenic is a skill that can be learned through constant practice.
Do you ever stare in the mirror, hoping to summon unseen powers behind the glass to improve the way you look or feel?
Smartphones have undoubtedly revolutionized the way we communicate, replacing calls with texting, and the way we shop and run errands by having our banks, restaurants and favorite stores at the tip of our fingers.
My studies of psychology, even more than my experience as a professional photographer made me identify this phenomenon in my first years coaching this program.