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Tribe of Leaders


May 10, 2022

    Eileen Kevany has been in the looking good and making a great first impression business for over 20 years. As the Founder and CEO of The First 7, an Image Consulting business focusing on skin care and custom men’s clothing that helps professionals and business owners achieve a a more positive vision of themselves.

 

Let’s tune in to her story!

 

[00:01 – 05:34] Opening Segment

 

  • Get to know my guest Eileen Kevany
  • Eileen shares her childhood, experiences working in the workforce, and eventual transition into becoming a skincare consultant

 

[05:35 – 15:29] The Easiest Way to 10x your Sales

 

  • Your name is important because it gives people a quick snapshot of who you are
  • It is important to be a no-judgment zone and to get a better understanding of the person you are talking to
  • Eileen Kevin sees a drastic change in her clients after they have a couple of outfits from her

 

[15:30 – 26:08] Mix and Match for Success

 

  • The importance of creating a good first impression and showing different aspects of leadership
  • Granulizing people’s wardrobes to look their best through matching
  • Eileen shares the benefits of working with a group

 

[26:09 - 34:45] Closing Segment

 

 

Reach Eileen through the following:

Website: www.yourfirst7.com

Facebook: @eileenkevany

LinkedIn.com/in/ekevany

IG: @eileenkevany

 

 

 

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Tweetable Quotes

 

“You only get one time to make a great first impression. And with the research that I've done in regards to this, you have the opportunity to undo that first impression.” - Eileen Kevany

 

“I think people would change their mental outlook quite a bit if they had clothes that fit them better, no matter what their size, no matter their height.” - Eileen Kevany