He looked normal enough, and I agreed to go on a date with him.
We met for drinks, and things were really going well.
If I had half the amount of power that the men of Linked In gave me, I’d probably be running the country. However, I seem to possess this online presence on Linked In that I don’t possess in real life. I stumble across many articles on Linked In based around the topic of the profile picture.
I had a message from one man on Linked In last week which actually stated “anything you say I will do”. In my opinion, I don’t think there’s a right or wrong picture for Linked In.
I definitely don’t have enough pictures taken of myself to have a decent choice in any case.
After a bad breakup, I let my mom set me up with the son of one of her friends.
But to stand out as “fit” these days you have to have mean shaped eyebrows and MASSIVE hair. I am not going to snap one purposefully for the event, because I would end up looking like a gormless dork. A colleague took my current picture last year at a work event and it has remained on my Linked In ever since.
I consistently select a silly face, or choose to throw my mouth WIDE open (I don’t know why) in the majority of photo’s stored on my phone.
It should be unique to you and the industry/environment within which you work.
However, I draw a line at pictures of your entire family. There are times when it is offensive to me, that a person’s skills and commercial capabilities are overlooked in such an overt way.