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 On the Hour 

Today you are "somewhere." No matter if you have social media profiles, information about you is posted, shared, tagged, re-posted somewhere by someone. From online dating to job searches, business and company profiles, the shopping bots, the apps you downloaded to your phone, and search engines trackers follow you like a love struck puppies and collect every bite you drop.

Technology that threatens your privacy and your dignity is developed by companies with the intention to capture and sell your data to advertisers. Many of these platforms boast that they are free, but you are the product being sold. Just imagine of all the data such companies have of you.  Every status update, every place you visited, a picture you posted, a comment you made,  including everything you delete is collected. From that information, algorithms can infer your gender, age, entity, religious and political views, intelligence, personality traits, marital status, addictions, spending habits, nothing is out of reach or private. Facial recognition reads your facial proportions and will find you under that baseball hat and sunglasses.

How bad is it? It depends on your actions. How do you protect yourself online? How do you present yourself online? How do you behave online? Consider the predicament and use it to your advantage.​

Here are the Seven Pillars of the Perfect Public Image, and what we can do for you. All of these areas need to be addressed simultaneously, and their effect intertwine.

Status Seal Elite Club Personal Styling
  • Personal Style (That Enhances Your Best Traits)

  • Business Attire (That Keeps You Comfortable and Looking Good)

  • Job Interviews (What You Should wear If You Want to Get Hired ) 

  • First Impression. Dates, Important meetings, Media & Press, Publicity, 

  • Dress for Success. 

  • Presentations,

  • Business Pitches, Public Appearances

  • Media,  Video, Live,  Video, TV Recording


Status Seal Elite Club Body Language

  • The way you walk and what does it disclose about you

  • Posture ( It speaks on your behalf.)

  • Gestures (It speaks of your heritage and emotional state)

  • Facial Expressions and Body Language have a meaning

  • Tone of Voice. (It conveys emotion.)

  • Eye Contact. (It conveys relation.)

  • Presence and Attention. 

  • Personal misconduct 

  • Sexual harassment body language


Status Seal Elite Club Professional Demeanor


  • Professional Demeanor. The Do's and Don't.

  • The Executive Chair. The Higher Expectations

  • Business Attire and Grooming

  • Business Correspondence

  • Cultural Differences

  • Deference

  • Events Hosting & Attendance

  • Conducting Meetings, Interviews, Negotiations

Status Seal Elite Club Reputation Management


  • How to Handle Hearsay

  • Slander at the Work Place

  • Negative Publicity, Libel

  • Negative Reviews

  • Eradicating Leaks

  • Conflict and Resolution

  • Best Practices

Status Seal Elite Club Improving Public Speaking


  • Speech Writing.

  • Profile Your Audience.

  • Establishing Rapport.

  • Communication.

  • Persuasion

  • Influence

Status Seal Elite Club Public Relations


  • Press Kit

  • Photography

  • Biography Timelines

  • Social Media Profiles and Pages

  • Endorsements 

  • Media Interviews

  • Media Management

  • Social Engagements

  • Social Appearances

  • Fan Base Interaction- Your Fans Are Not Your Friends.

  • Social Responsibility And Stewardship 

Status Seal Elite Club Class Act


Status Seal provides Image Consultations, crucial to the prowess and suavity of business and corporate executives, athletes, public and political figures performing in the public eye, and to individuals seeking employment or undergoing significant life changes.

You have probably heard the term, "He or she is a class act." Of course, it's always a compliment. But exactly what does that mean? Class is easy to recognize but much harder to define. Similarly, the absence of class is easy to detect and a serious flaw for anyone who aspires to be successful. Just flip any news channel today, and you will find a proof of the statement.

Class is not an "act." It's a deep-seated way of life for those who possess it. Having class involves good manners, politeness, and pride without boasting, empathy, humility and an abundance of self-control. The actions of class-act people speak louder than their words. You can see it in their body language and the way they carry themselves. Class always shows without being announced. People can tell if you have class by the way you interact with others. If you have class, you don't need much of anything else to be a winner. If you don't have it, no matter what you do, it won't make up the difference. Money, notoriety or success by themselves won't give you class. Class comes from within, not from external sources.

Status Seal Elite CLub Makeovers





People want to do business with you or become involved in your sphere of influence. They perceive you as successful and someone who can expand their possibilities. They trust you to act with responsibility, integrity, and aplomb.

Class acts tend to attract people who are at the top of their game. That's true in the game of life or sports. Class athletes have the edge over their opponents. Why? Their poise allows them to concentrate better. They exhibit better confidence to play to their potential. An added plus: Classy athletes usually have the crowd behind them.

So take a close look at your network of friends, co-workers, customers and so on. Are they class acts? Whether you realize it or not, they are a reflection of you. Make a decision to recreate yourself as a class act and see what kind of people you start attracting. Do fewer things, but do them better. Change your behavior for the better. Raise the quality of your attitude.

When you have a higher level of personal standards, you get better treatment from everyone around you.




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