In today’s economy, it is vital to take advantage of every possible edge to get your face to the top of the mountain of workers. Employers today expect employees, or potential employees, to look their best to stand out. Let’s look at an example.
A local employer is hiring for an in-office position. Today, there are two candidates interviewing for the position. Bob and Joe sit patiently waiting in the receptionist’s office to be called for their interviews.
Both Bob and Joe are in their mid-twenties, wearing clean, pressed clothes. Both men have a good work background, prestigious college degrees, and no blemishes on their criminal record (or lack thereof). Both are well spoken, energetic, and respectful. In the end, both candidates interview very well.
Immediately after the second candidate leaves, the employer makes their decision. Joe is the man for the job. Why did the employer know immediately? How could they make a decision when both candidates were so similarly great?
In this case, Bob was wearing a clip-on tie.
Believe it or not, employers make decisions on little things like this. Sure, where you went to school, where you have worked before, and how much personality you have does matter, but little things like your tie, can and do make a difference. Situations like Bob and Joe happen every day, all over the country.
I guarantee that when that interviewer saw Bob’s clip-on tie, (and yes, they can tell the difference) they thought to themselves: “If this guy is too lazy to tie a tie, how lazy will he be on the job?” Who says he wont turn into this guy?
See my point?
Now, it’s okay if you don’t know how, that’s why I’m writing this article. All you need is an Android phone with access to the Android Market.
How To Tie a Tie-Review
When you open How To Tie a Tie, you are ac market greeted by the main page. What you will see is a list of the different ties, a picture of each, and what size or type of collar they are designed for. By selecting each tie, a set of instructions opens that gives you a slideshow of how the tie is made. Included are colored diagrams with written instructions on each step. The types of ties included are: Atlantic, Diagonal, Four-In-Hand, Half Windsor, Kelvin, Oriental, Persian, Plattsburg, Pratt, Simple Double, St. Andrew, Windsor, and the Bow Tie.
What I Like About This App
This app is very simple. You open it, select the tie you want, and you get the directions. Too many apps are flashy, and have too many steps (like registering and logging in) to get to the content you want. Take it from a fellow man; Most men who need to know how to tie a tie will be standing in front of the mirror, tie around their neck, and have exactly 3 minutes to spare before they will be late. This app gets straight to the point by showing you how to tie the tie you want, right when you want it.