When people see you, what do they see? Do they see somebody who has a creative side? Do they see sensitive soul? Do they perceive that you are able to look beyond the surface and try to piece things together and connect with people on a heart-to-heart basis?
Make no mistake about it these are judgments that you create when you are with people because that’s what people are looking for. Believe it or not we send signals to each other that go beyond the words coming out of our mouth. Sure, it helps tremendously if we select our words. It makes a lot of sense to say the right things at the right time to create the right effects with the right people. However, oftentimes, it’s the non-verbal signals that truly make a difference.
I say this because this website is a jazz website. If you’ve ever listened to jazz, it has less to do with the actual notes entering your ears and more about the feelings that enter your heart. Real jazz is created to produce a wide range of sophisticated and elegant emotional responses that’s why it’s a classic and timeless art form. It’s not going to go away any time soon. It doesn’t matter whether it’s played in Manila; Kingston Jamaica; Katmandu, Nepal or anywhere else in the world. Its timeless quality will remain.
The same applies to interpersonal connections. It doesn’t matter whether that person’s mother tongue is Korean, Vietnamese or Cebuano. That person will be paying attention to these signals that you’re sending out. Sure, they may not have had formal education as to do these signals but that’s how people instinctively develop into.
If you have made it past puberty, this is how you detect signals from your fellow human beings. You can’t quite put your finger on it, but deep down inside, you have a hunch you have a gut feeling you have this intuition regarding what that person is about and what they’re really trying to say.
This is why you have to be very careful with your facial hair as well as everything else that’s observable about you. I am, of course, talking about your hairstyle, your choice of clothing, footwear, your weight, your skin tone meaning whether you get tanned or not, the whole nine yards. You are a complete package whether you like it or not.
Unfortunately, a lot of lazy people would say, “Well, you just need to take me for who I am.” That sounds great but, let me tell you, for the most part, those same people don’t apply that same standard to themselves. They expect the world to take them the way they are, whole lock, stock and barrel. So far, so good, right?
The problem is it doesn’t work the other way around. They don’t expect to be judged, but they’re judging nonetheless. Hypocritical? One-way street?
Well, you don’t need to go down that road. You just need to take care of yourself. That’s why if you have any kind of facial hair, go to primitiveoutpost.com and get that unique, distinctive look you are looking for.
You may be asking yourself, how can I do that when I’m just copying and pasting facial here designs from some website? Well, that’s not the point.
You’re not supposed to copy and paste your look because your look is supposed to be distinctly yours. It’s supposed to be an emanation of everything and anything that makes you you. You’re supposed to get ideas. You’re supposed to get inspired, and that’s how you piece together a personal look that makes all the sense in the world. Do you see how this works? Good.
So, do yourself a big favor. Look at those facial hair or beard designs and then cross-reference it with your own personal tastes and your personality. If you conduct enough experiments, and you use enough of beard-styling products, you will eventually get to the look that makes all the sense in the world as far as you are concerned.