A personal collection of jewelry that levels up to what you aim to accomplish is a critically important component of your life-plan. Choosing to style yourself is about representing yourself to the world. And, it matters.
Here's the rub: Your jewelry (or lack of) is telling a story about YOU, whether you like it or not.
But, how do you up-level strategically without becoming frivolous?
What follows is my fool-proof method for making sure that you’re building a jewelry collection that’s on-track to have-your-back for your entire life's journey:
A. Value Yourself. When you value yourself, you're not afraid to step out into the world as your most vibrant self.
B. Reward yourself. Yes, it’s that simple. REWARD yourself. And the universe will rally behind you.
Here's a scenario of how Valuing & Rewarding Yourself can serve you, and ultimately, serve the world:
You've just graduated from college and landed your first job. Congrats!
By now, it will have become obvious to those who work with you that you value yourself. They can tell by the way you stand, the clothes you wear, and the elegant vibe you exude every day.
They begin to assume that you must know something they don’t and they start asking for your advice. Hence, you begin to stand out as a leader.
So when that promotion comes (which it will) you invest in:
5. A substantial pair of 18k hoops...and they get noticed. By now, people are used to you looking polished, and they have come to expect the best from you because of it.
6. Next, you add a long, flexible chain to your collection. And voilà, you’re layering!
Not too much, just enough to be subtly noticed by those who pay attention to the details.And people DO pay attention to details. In fact, it’s the people who pay attention to details who tend to go the farthest in life.
And just like that...your jewelry wardrobe has helped your good work get noticed all along the way, and leveling up has become just a natural progression of you growing into who you were always meant to be.
Ready to start or expand your jewelry wardrobe? I'm here to support you.