What I will talk about instead is this: people notice if you have a slack shoe game. People will also notice if you have a slack slack game, but let's stay in line with the video from above for the moment. You think that you're escaping the judgmental glances of your peers as you roam the office hallways, your shoes looking as though you spent the last six months punting dirty footballs. They are watching you though. Despite all your efforts to duck and dodge, they see those grizzly creatures gnawing at your heels.
Thankfully there is a solution to this troublesome conundrum: improve your shoe / shoelace / sock game. It sounds simple. That's because it is simple. If you're tired of meeting the office execs in those dusty pavement pounders, the first step is to realize that you have an issue. This phase is sort of like a drug addict checking themselves into treatment. They probably won't know to get help in the first place if they are unable to admit they're a drug addict. The good news is that changing your shoe / sock game is way easier than becoming unaddicted to meth. Moral of the story: get some fly shoes...and don't become a drug addict.
- Always walking to the toilet extra fast. Yep, the shoe game is wack.
- Pant leg openings are wider than a river. Classic side effect of a poor shoe game.
- Feet are perpetually under the table during meetings. This chap's hiding something.
- Frequent in-office luncher. Either a fan of this blog, or they have bad shoes.
- More than an inch of rubber connecting your shoe to the floor. Just no.
- Ask three fashion-forward friends if you need help. Awareness comes first.
- Learn and be able to define the terms full, half and quarter brogue. Knowledge is key.
- Polish your shoes. You don't need new shoes, just make them not look old.
- Buy awesome socks. Trust me, you'll pay more attention to the shoes by default.
- Buy some awesome laces. No one wraps Dollar General gifts with gilded ribbon.
::Signs That You're #killingthegame::
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