Whenever someone is about to take a picture of us (which seems to happen way too much nowadays), we almost always stop what we’re doing and pose.
We’re trying to act a certain way, which is often intended to mimic our normal state. We unnaturally position ourselves so that we look as natural as possible.
When we put it like that, it doesn’t make too much sense, does it?
We often do the same thing in other areas of our lives, acting a certain way whenever we know we’re being scrutinized.
What if, instead of waiting until someone’s watching us to act professionally, we simply made it our default mode? Instead of doing a good job whenever our clients are observing what we do, we just do a good job all the time.
Who knows, soon enough it might become a habit that we do automatically.
Then we’ll always look good.
Posing not required.
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