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First Impressions and Improving Your Chances of Success
The world of today is fast-paced and filled with opportunities, however, despite the undoubtable abundance of opportunity, they can easily be missed or ruined with a wrongful first step. Because of this unfortunately sobering fact, first impressions are holding more and more weight and will make or break your chances. This makes attention to detail a necessary requirement when it comes to making a good impression. Whether the detail be in grooming products, well-kept, quality clothing, or medical procedures to fix or cure an individual's problematic areas, they all are a primal, darwinian attempts to advertise youth and health. Because of this natural process' attractive and appealing nature, it is fittingly referred to as peacocking. Albeit some would argue that the necessity of peacocking is nonexistent, in the cities of Los Angeles and New York, two of the United States' biggest hubs for entertainment and business, the ability to make one's face stand out amongst a large crowd arms an individual with vital tools to get ahead and climb the hierarchical ladder of either the business or social realms.
When it comes to choosing which clothes, fragrance or style, the decision is based on personal preference and easily reversible, which is not the case when comes to cosmetic surgery. Although is it undoubtable that superficial changes are not solutions to problems nor be seen as ends in themselves, which can be the case for some in a society where materials and wealth are sometimes valued above all others, improving your first impression by wearing nicer clothes or undergoing cosmetic surgery is something worth considering.
If you happen to be in the greater New York City area, on East 83rd in the affluent neighborhood of the Upper East Side of Manhattan, Dr. Robert Silich, a specialist in plastic and reconstructive surgery, has been running his practice since 1999. Having received numerous recognitions including one of New York Magazine's Best Doctors and their Cutting Edge plastic surgeons list, Dr. Silich tallies among the quality providers that can assure customer satisfaction on a service and procedure where it and safety take priority above all.
Money, cars, looks and clothes, though they may not be the most important things, they certainly help leverage and highlight an individual so that they can be noticed and earn the upper hand in this dog-eat-dog, competitive world of ours.