I’m 30-years-old. I’ve launched 3 companies; I’ve worked for the President of the United States and two U.S. senators; I founded one of the most powerful networks in our nation’s capitol; I’ve worked in 4 different sectors; I’ve picked up friendships with professional athletes,…
Peruse - Wake up early. Spend every morning reading as much as you can. Start with 2-3 top newspapers (ex: New York Times, Financial Times, WSJ) and move on to your industry’s publications (ex: AdAge, Crain’s, National Journal, Business Journals).
Prepare Like Your CEO- Read what (s)he reads. You will gain a deeper appreciation of the complexity around his/her everyday decisions and you will be equipped with priceless information that can be brokered in subsequent discussions.
Buy Clothes that Fit - The fit of your suit is far more important to its brand or material. It should never be baggy or too tight. The same is true for dress shirts. Have a tailor take your measurements and return to him after you purchase your suit and have it fitted. Makes all the difference.