[00:00:30] There is definitely a difference between working with men and working with women. I think that you do have to be a little bit more careful and a little bit more sensitive when working with women. Of course, there are always outliers. Every client is different.
[00:01:00] Typically with women, we are a little bit more sensitive to having our body type analyzed, talking about our image, talking about our confidence, whereas men are pretty cut and dry. They really just want to be told. They want direct information. They want to know rather quickly, and they are incredibly loyal. Men really just want the expert to tell them what to do. If you can execute correctly based on what their goals are, they will be clients for life.
[00:01:30] Huge difference between working with men and women I find. First of all, it’s the knowledge but that’s very obvious. You need different knowledge. The second, also, I find that with female clients the biggest challenge is choice. They have so many options out there, and it can get easily confusing. The risk that they choose something wrong is so much higher than with my male clients. With my male clients, most of them are executives. We do not have as many options. It’s basically a two-piece suit or a three-piece suit. Here my work is more into details.
[00:02:00] A suit is like a puzzle, thousands of pieces you put together to make it perfectly fitted. My work is very different if I work with male clients than with female clients.
[What, 00:02:09] Last but not least, it’s about emotions. Women are kind of, so exciting.
[bag 00:02:11] You get a lot of , I find, in terms of emotions.
[00:02:30] While men usually hire you as a service and just want to get it done, and that’s how they see it.