“When you see yourself on screen in a Zoom call, are you reflecting back to yourself who you want to be that day? Does it feel great? Does it feel aligned?”
— Tamara Glick
Personal branding expert Tamara Glick uses styling as a tool to help her clients create more intimate relationships with their customers.
She also uses it as a way to connect more strongly to her own creative energies.
Tamara’s morning rituals tend to her spiritual, emotional, physical, and intellectual needs, through meditation, exercise, hygiene, styling and prepping her workspace — rituals that help Tamara shift to a mindset of creativity and productivity.
Tamara believes that the way you show up in terms of space and style has a big effect on how you work — even when working from home in a pandemic.
“When our world changed in 2020, that part of my world didn’t really change that much,” she says. “I still got up in the morning, I still did the same rituals around getting ready… because those are things that I ritualized years ago when I realized, when I started working from home, how unproductive your day can become and how unformatted and unstructured your time can become without purposeful demarcation.”
Tamara recommends dressing your space and person in certain ways for professional activities. Ritualizing your practices around space and style make a huge difference not only to your productivity, but also your sense of self and self-worth.
When you show up looking like the strong, capable person you know yourself to be, you inspire confidence not only in your clients and peers, but in yourself as well.
In this episode, you’ll discover:
- How changing the way you show up in your home affects how you show up in your work
- The impact that appearance has on self image, both short- and long-term
- Why you are your own throughline — and how to maintain your authenticity
About Tamara Glick
Tamara Glick is a mastermind at two very specific things: developing personal brands and unique style for highly visible leaders so they can raise their profiles and represent their value and perspective with confidence, and helping lifestyle brands build cult-like followings so they can take their signature offering from “sampled” to “staple” with the sales to match.
00:30 About Tamara Glick
03:08 “What is your ritual?”
05:21 Style, space & ritual
08:54 Ritual v. routine
10:59 The impact of appearance
15:43 Tamara’s offers
19:06 What’s next?
Special thanks to Emily Milling and the team at The Ultimate Creative and our business manager Erika Macauley.
Music for this podcast was recorded with producer Spencer Garn at Diamond Street Studios in Atlanta, Georgia.
Learn more at www.hollandcreative.io/ritual