I am sure that we have all been through or may be going through the "Fake it until you make it" or "Dress to impress" stage in any endeavor. I know I have. Or, maybe I still am! So when it comes to being a realtor, I seriously ask... how do I dress?
It is a real dilemma for me. Since my days in advertising and marketing when I had to "dress to impress," I haven't had to think too much about my attire. You can imagine the dress code for a blueberry farmer, a manufacturer of insect repellent, or a distributor of predator urines, or a grilling woods Guru! But, how do I dress as a Realtor?
Here we are, living in the Colonnades, on one of the most laid back places in Florida, Hutchinson Island. Although the Colonnades has restrictions on pick ups and motorcycles , Hutchinson Island is where the Lexus, the 1990 Ford Pickup, and the Harley's, not only meet, but share the same beaches, the same restaurants, and the same love of Hutchinson Island! So, now how do I dress? Seriously, I am looking for advice.
My normal attire is reasonably priced shorts, expensive boat shoes and belt, and almost any Hawaiian shirt that I can find at Goodwill for under $5.00! My goal is not necessarily to impress but to reflect the personality of the Colonnades community and Hutchinson Island.
I am sure if I were listing a $5,000,000 home in West Palm Beach and I was showing it to a famous actor, investor, or athlete who showed up in jeans, sneaks, and t-shirt, I should be dressed to the nines! Or.... should I?
If this is the first time that you have read our blog, my wife, Pam, and I come from a long line of entrepreneurial enterprises.
After selling our last business, we relocated to our beloved Hutchinson Island, Florida where we decided that real estate should be our next adventure. Since then we have met some really great people here and love helping them with their individual real estate needs. I have tried to make my website as informative as possible. However, if you have questions, Pam and I are looking for almost any excuse to go exploring!