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Hollywood’s Best Kept Secret

As the holiday season is upon us, so is my favorite shopping season! I want to let you in on LA’s best kept secret for designer wear for up to 70% off! Maybe it was worn by J.Lo for 5 minutes or even spotted on Lady Gaga in American Horror Story, but I don’t mind…do you? At Screenbid, the newest addition to Hollywood Boulevard industry insiders can pick items from Missoni, Chloe, Marc Jacobs, Zimmerman, Balmain, Givenchy for more than half price! See below for details on the best kept secret closet in LA! Also available…online….ssshhhhhhhhhhhh

At Screenbid, secondhand has never looked so chic. Los Angeles based company, Screenbid, brings your favorite TV shows and movies to life by providing 100% authentic costumes, props, and everything in between to the everyday consumer. With up to 70% off designer fashion brands curated by stylists, you can have your favorite character’s signature looks in your closet by purchasing from the Los Angeles store front, online retail store, and online auctions. Featuring a variety of TV shows and movies such as New Girl, Masters of Sex, Girlfriend’s Guide to Divorce, House Bunny, Pink Panther and so many more, you can get your favorite characters signature looks worn on set.

Always dreamt about strutting the streets in Sarah Jessica Parker’s Manolo Blahniks? Well now you can get the exact pair from Screenbid! Screenbid has access to more than just costumes, it has real, luxury brand, custom items unavailable to the public anywhere else in the world. Don’t settle for “celebrity inspired” or “look-alike” deals any longer, get the real deal now from Screenbid. Not only have these items never been available to the public before, but they are so unique no one will be able to steal your look! Screenbid has an insane selection of top names in fashion from Missoni to Balmain to IRO, Saint Laurent and Brian Atwood, at prices you can actually afford. Don’t believe me? Check it out for yourself on their online retail website and auctions.

Study says bosses need to stop doing THIS in 2018

Researchers Identify the Most Worst Boss Behavior

Leadership coach explains findings

Here is the most damaging boss behavior: A manager who has mood swings.

A recent study from University of Exeter found that leaders who exhibited “Jekyll and Hyde” behavior (switching between friendly and kind to volatile and critical) created the highest level of disengagement among employees.

“You might think that a boss who was sometimes friendly and magnanimous with his staff would earn some brownie points that would help ease hurt feelings when he later lost his temper,” says leadership coach Jack Skeen, who is the co-author (along with Greg Miller and Aaron Hill) of a new professional development book, The Circle Blueprint. “However, it’s just the opposite. Instead, employees begin to view their boss as unpredictable. Since they never know which boss they are going to encounter (the nice guy or the grouchy guy), they are constantly walking on eggshells and afraid to be themselves or voice their ideas.”

However, Skeen assures managers that they don’t have to be ‘one-note’ happy managers all the time, either. “Employees understand that their bosses are human and that they have bad days,” says the Fortune 500 coach, “But you can be disappointed or displeased with your staff without losing control and attacking your employees on a personal level.”

To help leaders grow into their full potential, Skeen has co-created a self-assessment tool to help leaders assess themselves in key areas, including their power, purpose, humility and independence. This assessment is available for free here, to anyone who has purchased The Circle Blueprint. “Until leaders are aware of how they are impacting the people around them, specifically their employees, they are going to continue hitting a professional plateau.”

For more on this topic or to speak with Jack Skeen, please contact me.

 

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