Show your confidence on the page and in the meeting and it will get you far. Let people feel that you know what you’re doing.
Why writers need to dress for success

John August talks about this in his podcast… I get confused between the two of you because he says it’s a sweaty hassle to come in a three-piece suit during meetings, while you say it deserves a certain marketing effort.

Personally, the best conclusion I can come to after reading your article is that I dress in a clean and strong manner of my style, and that of which pertains to what reflects my belief and philosophy in the spec.

(Wes Anderson wouldn’t go to a meeting in flip flops and a sweatshirt but Kevin James wouldn’t forget his signature hockey shirt and hat either.)

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