There's a lot of truth in what she said.
Now, if we're all honest, when we're browsing the aisles looking for a decent wine to buy, we usually choose the one with the best looking-label.
It's not that we're shallow.
There's just no way to know how good a wine tastes until we crack open the bottle and pour some in a glass. We have to taste it.
Sitting on the bottom shelf, overlooked by almost everyone, may be the most delicious wine you ever tasted -- one where the grapes were hand-picked in Italy from vines that soaked up the best Mediterranean sun of a generation, where it was fermented by one of the best winemaking families in the world, with the wine matured in fine oak casks, and left to sit for a decade.
But if the label is plain and uninspiring, we would never know.
That's a powerful thought.
A lot of people apply to jobs where often than not they are qualified with years of experience that employers would love to have.
Yet, they're overlooked time and time again because nobody ever showed them how to present themselves to prospective employers in a way that's inspiring and commands respect.
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