The Image of Success: Make a Great Impression and Land the Job You Want

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INDEX
AAVE (African American Vernacular English), 230
acceptance (of offers), 165
accessory(-ies), 70–90
active listeners, 186
ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act), 247, 249
administrative assistants, 27
advocates (professional category), 25–26
African American Vernacular English (AAVE), 230
age discrimination, 92–93, 247
Age Discrimination in Employment Act, 247
aging, 39
AHAs (alpha hydroxy acids), 93
Alcohol: avoidance of, 116, 232; and dining etiquette, 143, 145, 147
allergies, 145
alpha hydroxy acids (AHAs), 93
altruists (professional category), 26–27
alumni associations, 189
American Academy of Dermatology Association, 93
American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons, 106
American Association of Orthodontists, 106
American Chiropractic Association, 134
American Dental Association, 106
American Dietetic Association, 116
American dining, 149–150, 152–153
American Gigolo (film), 124
American Speech-Language and Hearing Association, 232
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), 247, 249
Angelou, Maya, on voice, 223
antioxidants, 117–118
antiperspirant, 110
apologies, 142
applications, 245
arrogance (body language), 124, 132
articulation, 230–231
“A” shirts, 86
assets, 171
Atlas of Men (William Herbert Sheldon), 20
Attire, 22–24, 43, 106–107
attitude, 122–124, 162
background checks, 28, 172, 193, 198
backpacks, 80
bacteria, 109, 112, 113
bags, 80–81
baldness, 99, 103
bangs, 98, 99
Barron’s Directory, 187
bathing, 109, see also hygiene
bathroom breaks, 113
beards, 103, see also facial hair
belching, 113
belt buckles, 75
belts; for body shapes, 17, 19–20; fit of, 79
beverages, 115, 137–139, 145, 152
black, 36, 40
block style, 195, 197–198
blush, 96, 97
body hair, 108, see also facial hair
body image, 14
body language, 130–136, 186
body odor, 82, 105, 108–110
body shapes, 17–20, 79, 80
body type, 18, 20–21, 66, 78–80

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