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Job Interview | Communication

Aaron Marino of alpha m. gives a few key, essential, and non-verbal communications for a successful job interview:
  1. Don't spray too much cologne before going into the interview. Try to have as neutral of a scent as possible.
  2. Arrive 15-minutes in advance with your resume in a leather binder or carrying case. Don't show up sooner than 15-minutes or you will look desperate.
  3. When you step into the office space, pour on the charm with the receptionist, assistant, or secretary. You are going to smile but not wink.
  4. Have a seat, and unbutton your jacket but don't' take your jacket off.
  5. When you go into the interview, button the top button of your jacket. Also make sure your breath is fresh but no gum. Drink some water leading up to the interview so you don't have a dry and stinky mouth.
  6. When you walk into the office: extend your hand, look them in the eye, say 'hello', and present a firm handshake.
  7. Dazzle the interviewer by maintaining eye contact when speaking or being spoken to. Smile and be engaged in the process. Ask questions from a prepared list of questions you planned ahead of time.
  8. When the interview is over, smile and shake hands.

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February 16, 2012
Wouldn’t it be great if we could have the body we want, instead of the one genetics and life have given us? As challenging as it may be to dress the not-so-perfect body to look perfect; body type is never a reason to accept anything less than perfection for ourselves and our image. No matter which wardrobe issues you’re faced with, there is always a way to look sharp and put together for everyRead More»
Men's Polo Shirts | Men's Golf and Tennis Shirts  -
February 10, 2012
What is Alpha's opinion of polo shirts? Aaron Marino of alpha m. first describes the 'T' shaped shirt with a collar, three button placket, optional pocket, and made of cotton, silk, wool, or synthetics. He also covers how and why the polo shirt was invented starting back in the 18th and 19th centuries.  At 3:40, Alpha starts discussing current polo shirts and how a polo is synonymous with businesRead More»
Ask Alpha | Facial Hair Grooming, Friend Zone, Tailored Clothing -
February 6, 2012
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Two Ways to Roll Up Your Sleeves -
January 31, 2012
Aaron Marino of alpha m. demonstrates how to stylishly roll-up your button-up shirt sleeves. Alpha presents two ways to roll sleeves in a  cleaner, crisper, and more professional way. The first roll is the classic standard double roll. This roll is loose and casual. It also hangs far down the arm. The triple roll brings up the sleeve higher. Adding the triple roll, the big issue is the back area Read More»

Dressing the Skinny Guy -
January 30, 2012
Wouldn’t it be great if we lived in a perfect world, where we had the perfect body and no issues to contend with?  Maybe you’re one of the lucky ones who have no wardrobe challenges because your body is “off the rack” perfect, but, if instead, you find nature has let you down, don’t despair… we can dress ourselves in ways to conceal nature’s cruel sense of humor. We can use clothingRead More»
Bow Ties | How to Tie and Wear -
January 27, 2012
As with other retro styles that have seen a resurgence, such as tie bar, cardigan, and fedora, it takes a certain guy to pull of the bow tie.  Bow ties are polarizing.  Aaron Marino of alpha m. has a rational and though provoking discussion about this misunderstood and increasing popular option. So, are bow ties badass or a bad idea? Bow ties make people happy and smile. A self assured man wearsRead More»
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January 25, 2012
On the anxiety scale, job interviews rank right up there along side first dates.  An interview is a time when it’s imperative to present your very best; in order to convince an employer you are the top person for the job… much like a date. Selling yourself is a combination of many factors pulled together to create one package.  Just as important as what you say and how you handle yourself duRead More»
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Wardrobe Preservation | Taking Care of Your Clothes -
January 19, 2012
Hang up your clothes!  I can still hear my mother’s unrelenting words from days gone by, when she futilely attempted to get me to take care of my clothes.  As usual, she was right, which I’ve grown to learn over the years. You may have the best wardrobe in town, but if you don’t take care of it properly, you won’t have it for long; not to mention it won’t look its best on you.  ClothiRead More»

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