5 rules to smart business card etiquette – Personality Development Video

Hey friends it’s me Niharika and welcome
to Skillopedia. The place to learn skills for the real world. Well, recently I attended
a conference and I met many professionals from different organizations. And guess what?
I was amazed to see the way these people handed out their business cards, so unprofessional.
Well, yes there is something as Business card Etiquette and that’s what we are gonna learn
in today’s session, because one wrong move can jeopardize your professional image, so
why to mess it up. In this session you will learn some tips to give out your business
cards professionally. The very first thing that you need to keep in mind, when it comes to business card etiquette is stop giving excuses. It is so unprofessional when you
end up telling the other person that, Ooops! I forgot the card or you end up saying that,
it’s gone for printing or that was the last one that I had with me, so unprofessional.
Always make sure to carry your cards before leaving your house or your workplace. And
not just few of them plenty of them. Because business card etiquette dictates you to carry
your cards even when there’s little chance of someone asking you for them. So make sure
to carry your cards always. The second important point that you need to keep in mind is keep your card safe. When I say that keep your card safe, it means that you need to protect
your card in all the wear and tear by keeping them in a business card case. Now imagine
if someone gives you a card which is totally crumpled, something like this, okay here is
my card for you, it’s so crumpled. Is that professional? Definitely not, gives such a
bad impression. Would you like to receive a crumpled card? No, so you have to make sure
to protect your cards well. Also you should always know that where are your cards kept,
so someone asks you for your card and imagine yourself searching for it in every pocket.
Well, where is the card? Oh is it here? Let me see is it here? That makes no sense; you
can’t have the other person waiting for you, while you are searching for the card.
You should know where you have kept your cards. And it’s important for you to get a business
card case and keep your cards safely. The next thing that you need to keep in mind,
when it comes to business card etiquette is do not distribute. When I say do not distribute,
it means that do not distribute your business cards like the way you would distribute sweets
on your birthday. Well, your card has some value. You cannot distribute it like some
business flyer; it’s your professional image that shows on your business card. So just
because you are attending a business event, doesn’t mean that you keep giving your cards
to every person that you meet. That is so unprofessional. Always give it when you’re
asked for, especially when you are having a conversation with a senior. Let that senior
person initiate the exchange of cards, so let that senior person ask you for your card
and then you can go ahead and hand it out to him or her. Now if you are the person,
who is interested in contacting the person that you are chatting with, then you can go
ahead and ask for their cards. But please do make sure that do not distribute your cards everywhere. It’s time for the next thing. The way you give your card and the way you
receive someone’s card. So someone asks you for a card at a business event, how would
you give the card? You use your right hand. The hand of discretion. Now someone is asking
for the card, this is the way you will give him or her your card with your right hand,
so this is my card for you. Now there’s another way of giving out the card. You can
use both your hands. In order to show respect or if you are giving out your card to a senior
person then you can use both your hands to give the card. Something like this, here’s
my card for you. I’m using both my hands, so either you can use your right hand or you
can use both your hands in order to show respect, when you are giving your business card. Another
thing that you need to make a note of is when you are giving your card make sure to give
it in such a way that the person who’s receiving it, doesn’t have to turn it around to read
it. And then if you are the one who is receiving someone’s card, compliment have a look at
the logo or maybe the business name if it’s really catchy. You can compliment by saying,
Hey that’s a nice card or what a nice logo you have, so this is the way you will give
and receive a business cards. The last tip that I have for you of business card etiquette is to keep your card simple and updated. Now when I say to keep your card simple, it doesn’t
mean that you have to keep it very simple. It just has to look professional. You cannot
end up having glossy cards or glittery cards, unless you’re representing a disco tech.
Also the font size of your card should be just perfect, very readable. Do not have very
small font, wherein people end up trying to get into the card and read it or do not have
real big font, which doesn’t look professional at all. So have readable font size on your
card and always make sure to keep your card updated. Now when I say it’s important for
you to keep your card updated, it means all the contact information should be just correct.
Say for example, if you have a change in your contact information, there are people that
I have come across, who end up crossing it off and writing the new contact information
on the very same card. That’s so unprofessional. If you have any contact information that is
changed, please go ahead and get new cards printed. Also another thing that you need
to make sure of is need not have fancy email addresses. For example, [email protected],
How does that sound to you? Funny or something like, [email protected] ,Disastress,
so please have decent and professional email ids, because that should look professional.
Your business card is your professional image so people following these business card etiquette
is just another way to polish your business skills. So the next time you are networking
with people make sure you have these tips in mind. And please do subscribe to our channel
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Mens Styling Tips | Men’s cocktail attire | What to Wear to a Cocktail Event | UBERMEN Stylist

In todays tutorial I’m going to be taking you through tips on how to dress for a Cocktail Event. Now the great thing about cocktail events is that they allow you to inject personality into the outfit, through accessories. However, all cocktail outfits should start with a well fitted suit. Now a well fitted suit should come to the widest part of your shoulder, without falling over. This ensures that your shoulders look broad without them sloping on the sides. And it also stops you getting a hollow look, on the side here on the shoulder. Now with your blazer, you should see roughly see a 1/4 of an inch of your cuff and also allow for accessories such as watches or bracelets. Here today we have an Eminence watch with a black strap and silver face. And we’ve paired it back another Eminence bracelet and one of our Joel Wade silver rings. Now a black wrist watch with a silver face is must have for every mans wardrobe as it is suitable for work, as well as formal occasions. Now, with the cocktail attire, it’s also important to have a suitable fitting pant. Suitable fitting pants shouldn’t be bunchy, they shouldn’t be over sized, they should fit nicely on the leg. As you see here we have a crease front pant. So with a crease front pant its important that your pant length sits just on the top of your shoe usually roughly in line with your ankle bone. What this is giving is a solid line all the way up his leg, which is giving him added height, visually, but also ensuring he looks long and proportionate. So to add personality into Ryan’s outfit today we’ve gone with a Coopers Brothers tie and pocket square. Now the great thing about these is they have a number of different colours, but we’ve used a tie with a black base to bring that through in the suit. Now we have also taken the colour pink,which you see here in the roses and we’ve added this as a lapel pin. Now you don’t always need to wear a lapel pin, buts similar to a bow tie, a lapel pin is that added bit of fun and flare to an outfit, this isn’t your everyday dressing. So when you’ve added the finishing touches to your outfit in the form of accessories as we’ve just discussed, when considering how to do up your blazer, the easiest rule of thumb is to remember to only to do your top button up. What this does, is it helps to anchor your outfit, it gives you a V-line. So it’s broadening your shoulders but its also drawing attention to the slimmest part of your figure, so it’s showing this waistline here as well. What this will do is it will help ensure that your body looks in proportion from your shoulders through your waist and again, down into the leg. Now remember, this isn’t a black tie event, it’s a cocktail event, so don’t be afraid to have fun with colour and print, like we’ve done with today’s accessories. Now the last thing that you need to bring into the outfit, is confidence; and thats only something you can do. Thank you for watching and we will see you next time on UBERMEN TV.

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Starting An Amazon Business/Import From China Business? How To Protect It?

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Busan and I’ve just taken a bit of time off I’ve got an hour free so there’s a
quick tour off the of Busan and this behind me as you can see is South
Korea’s essentially their take on the Great Wall China so something to protect
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paintings and probably get some advice before getting up hatin because they’re
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Chinese supplier getting just a look over to contact making sure the
translation is perfect what else can you do to make sure you’re importing or your
Amazon business is protected and there’s a lot of things you can do guys a couple
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Work Outfit Ideas: Business Casual Attire for Women | JCPenney

Hi, guys. I’m Sage, senior styling
director at J.C. Penney, and I’m here to answer some
of your styling questions. Alissa, one of our customers, is
getting back into the workforce, and I’m going to provide some
great business casual options. Let’s go shopping. I’m back from our J.C.
Penney store, and I’ve asked some of our home office associates
to model these outfits for you. I love this business casual look. I’ve taken a classic pencil skirt and
paired it with a plaid, casual top. Instead of tucking it in, think
about making a tie at the waist, then rolling the sleeve to
keep your outfit relaxed. And then finish the look with
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Asian Sizes to US/European: Clothing Size Chart for Dropshipping!

[Asian Sizes to US/European: Clothing Size Chart for Dropshipping!] Alright, so if you’re an ecommerce dropshipper
in the fashion niche, and your suppliers are from China, you may have noticed a little
problem. Asian sizes are VERY different from US Sizes. Hey, what’s up world, Tommy Walker with
Oberlo and today, we’re going to talk about converting Asian fashion sizes to US sizes. If you have any questions, or want to share
your experiences, drop them in the comments below, and I’ll be sure to answer them Like I said before, I’m your host, Tommy
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get new videos every week. Now, as a dropshipper, having sizes that are
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local to whatever market you’re selling in in order to minimize size-related returns. So how can you get this information? 1. You can talk to your supplier. Each supplier you work with may have different
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to US size chart. Unfortunately, this size chart may not be
completely accurate, but it’s a start. Check out the links in the description to
download the standardized chart for yourself. 2. Use supplier’s measurements to create your
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hard to visualize. So while some suppliers will give you the
product measurements without a size chart. And Other suppliers will offer a size chart
with their definitions of each size… Unless you’re a tailor or seamstress who
sees what these measurements look like regularly, it can be difficult to translate those measurements
to standard US “Small” “Medium” and “Large” sizes for your own brand. While it does mean a bit more work and investment
for you, it’s a smart idea to order at least one size of each of the products you’re
selling, and style them on an adjustable male or female form that is set to the different
measurements the supplier has provided. That way, you’ll know for certain that your
supplier’s definition of sizes translate to your own, an XL is your Large, for example,
and you’ll have a basic understanding of how the clothing might look on a customer,
which can save you a lot on customer service, returns, and exchanges in the future. Also just because you have these sizes on-hand,
doesn’t mean you can’t sell them. In fact, depending on how far along your fashion
business is, it may be worth using these pieces for your own photoshoots. If you’re a dropshipper that does this,
or something like it, we’d love to hear your experience about how this has worked
for you in the comments section! 3. Make your size charts clear for each audience
you service This is more a pretty general rule of thumb
for any fashion ecommerce website, but make the size information easily accessible on
the page for your visitor. Like I mentioned earlier in the video, a significant
portion of consumers end up returning clothing because it is often the wrong size, and an
even larger portion of ecommerce sites don’t make their size guide incredibly visible. Even on this very large multi-million dollar
brand’s website, the link to the sizing chart doesn’t really stand out. If you’re selling in international markets,
like Europe, you’ll want to make sure you’re converting to that market’s sizing as well,
however, don’t feel the need to go overboard and make conversions for every country in
the world! If you want to make all of this even easier
on your customers, there are size finder apps that you can download from the Shopify App
store that will make size recommendations for your customer based on their height, weight
age and body type. Apps like these have been known to increase
sales, reduce returns, and encourage repeat purchase rates, which is essential for the
long-term health of any new fashion brand. Ok, that’s all we’ve got for this week. Check out the description for more in-depth
resources on size conversions, and starting your own dropshipping store with Oberlo. Also, I’d love to hear your stories about
ordering the wrong size. How did the company handle it? Did they win you back as a customer, or leave
you in a tight place. Looking forward to seeing your discussion
in the comments below. Be sure to hit that subscribe button and hit
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time, Learn Often, Market Better, Sell More.

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A Beginner’s Guide to Branding Your Business

– Hey, it’s Emma, your
GoDaddy guide for today. I’m gonna help you brand your business with my co-host Justin Nealey. Hey Justin, what’s up? – How are ya? – I’m good, how are you? – Phenomenal. – You know that old saying in marketing. – If you’re speaking to everyone, you’re actually speaking to no one. – No one, right? So you want to really niche down. Follow your niche to get that rich, right? That’s a little, little dad joke there.
– Ooh, catchy. When I think about branding your business, obviously, there’s a lot of questions. Where do I start? Where do I begin? First thing that comes to mind, and I get asked by local heroes a lot is target audience.
– Yes. – How do you know what that is? How do you define that? – That is such a tough question, right? So, when I talk to a lot of entrepreneurs and people just starting off, and I ask them who’s you your audience? Who do you wanna serve? And they’re like, “I want to
have everyone as my customer.” (laughs) – Give me all the money. – All of them, everyone,
and that’s such a bad idea because not only is it super expensive to try to acquire everyone, you become just a generalist. You’re not really known for anything. I would start by figuring out who you actually like to serve. Who is your most preferred customer, or your favorite person
to serve in your business. And really, make a story around that. So if you were my target audience, right? I would say Emma, she lives in California. She really loves to surf and skate. She loves coffee. But, she likes to spend a lot
of her time on social media. And really build a story
around that so when– – He really gets me
– Right? Soul mates. But, so when I go and create
my messaging and my content, I create if for you, and
your story, and your pain, and what you really want to solve, right? – Which makes me feel valuable. – Right, and it’s for you.
– I feel heard. Yeah. – And that doesn’t mean that you can’t help out
Jessica, or Sally, or Billy, when they come in and want your services– – Don’t forget John. – And John, and Eddie, right? But, you can still serve them, but your messaging has to be about Emma. – So, that makes a ton of sense to me. But it also, just now
another question’s brewing. So, that seems like a goal, right? So goal one, find your target audience. But, it’s more than that when it comes to branding your business. So, what do you do next
with goals in general? What other goals should
I be keeping in mind at this stage of my business? – Well, you want to define
what’s important to you. What is your goal? You should have something
that your trying to achieve, otherwise, you don’t really
know what success is. And I would really focus on small wins. So first off, get a
website is that first step. And then get your first customer. And then you get your first 10 customers. And then you kinda grow and grow and grow. And that kinda snowball effects. ‘Cause a lot of business we talk to, they get scared of all the
things they have to do. Instead, start small, figure out what that first
small win you can do, and then grow from there. – I do the same thing just when I wake up on a Monday morning. (laughs) If I think about everything I have to do for the whole week– – You’re goin’ back to bed.
– Yeah. – Covers over your head. – I’d be like, “Let’s, this isn’t going to happen today.”
– It’s not actually Monday. – One of my favorite things about speaking to local businesses, it’s like they’re so unique. – Right.
– Right? So I imagine when it comes
to branding your business, that’s something you want
to take advantage of, right? – Yep. – What is it about my coffee
shop or my retail store, that makes me unique? What makes me stand out? Is that part of building your brand? – Oh, absolutely. You have to be unique, right? If you imagine a line, and on this line we have crazy, and the middle is mainstream, and on the right is prolific, or unique. Well you want to be,
basically, right there. So like with your idea that
the business I’m stealing, the Coffee and Kickflips– – There he goes again.
– that’s kind of on (laughs) that unique spectrum, right? There’s a lot of just coffee shops, but there’s probably no coffee
and skate park shop, right? – Well now there will be because
he’s revealed our secret. (laughs) coffeeandkickflips.com But, so you want to kind
of make yourself different from the rest, ’cause everyone in the
mainstream, it’s commodity, right? And that’s why we build a brand. That’s why we try to be unique, is to try set us apart, and really be someone that
someone wants to follow. And then, kind of following up on that, I’m gonna lean on you for a
lot of this, is social media. – Yes.
– Your brand, – I was waiting for this part.
– that platform, is just so phenomenal at growing
your brand and your reach. So, if I’m a small business owner, I’m gonna lean on you, what are some of the
platforms that I should be on if I really want to build that brand? – Yeah, so you want to be on
Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, also don’t forget your
Yelp and Google listings. – Okay.
– These are the most important for a local business. But to your point about being unique, you know you already are, but you need to voice that
across your platforms. – Super important.
– Your speaking to, yeah, that specific,
ideal customer rather, – Yep.
– to come into your business, and spend money with you. – And when you’re on social media too, you have to make sure
that it’s not about you. Yes, it’s your company. Yes, it’s your brand. But your brand is there
to serve your audience. And if you position them
as the hero, you win. – Absolutely. Let your customers sell you. Let your customers get
your next customer in– – 100%
– because it’s word of mouth, which is social media. – Yep. – All right! So, that’s a wrap. I want to give a huge thanks
to my co-host, Justin. – Thanks for having me. – Yeah, thanks for showing us and teaching us how to
brand your business, a very hot topic.
– ‘Cause brand is everything. – I’m sure you have
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