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Meet the New CEO of SUCCESS

Dress for Success by John T. Molloy—the book that popularized the idea of “power dressing.” You’re confused, until you read the book, after which you return to Men’s Wearhouse and let Glenn sell you a wardrobe of Molloy-approved suits, a blue blazer, and khaki slacks.

But not ties or shoes. For that, Glenn walks you next door to Macy’s.“(Management) got a bit annoyed because I’m not selling people in a normal way,” Sanford, now 54, recalls with a hint of a smile.So not-normal was Sanford’s sales technique that he was ultimately fired from Men’s Wearhouse after a local politician requested to work with him instead of the assigned salesperson.

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