What’s the one thing stopping you from seeking an image consultation?
Fear of judgement.
I know. I felt the same way, and that’s what most of my clients feel before they come in for a consultation. They fear they’ll be judged for their actions, ridiculed for their mistakes, pitied for being in certain situations, and what not. I understand. But you also have to understand that’s not what image consulting is about. Our job as image consultants is to help you deal with your problems without belittling, or even making you feel conscious about your issues in our presence.
And that’s yet another important reason to hire an image consultant. So far we’ve covered how image consulting can help you achieve a better understanding of yourself, high levels of confidence, and more success in life (Part 1, Part 2 & Part 3 of this series). In this post, let’s talk about how image consultants actually do all this without making you feel conscious about your issues.
No fear of bias, or attitude issues.
As a rule, your privacy is completely secure with us. Plus it’s against our ethics to divulge any of your personal information, or the information you give us during consultation to anyone else. We never discuss your case, even among us. And finally, we never critique you, or pass judgement on what you tell us, no matter how embarrassing or terrible you think your information is. And that’s just the way it is.
An experienced image consultant will ease your discomfort and work with you to achieve your personal and professional goals. You might not end up being BFF (best friends forever), but your image consultant will definitely become someone you can turn to for advice without fearing any bias or attitude issues.
Now I’m not saying all image consultants are like that. But image consultants in Anks Image certainly follow these rules, and as the owner, I can guarantee you quality service and exceptional experience.
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