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#MDLNY Agents Are Helping You Get Ahead at Work

Don't even think about getting dressed for that big meeting until you've read this advice.

The agents from Million Dollar Listing New York are revealing their secrets to how they always look so great when they arrive to work with their A-list clients. So, fellas, here's what Ryan Serhant, Luis D. Ortiz, and Fredrik Eklund have to say about looking sharp for your next professional event.

1. Ryan Serhant


"They shouldn't wear anything that makes them look better than their client," he tells the Daily Dish. "The client is the boss. And nothing too informal unless your name is Sally and you're selling seashells down by the seashore.” Um, noted.

2. Luis D. Ortiz


"I think you should wear what you represent and I think you have to figure that out on your own," he advises. So, what does that mean for Luis? "I think I represent class. I represent humility. I represent positivity. I represent eagerness to become greater. And I represent myself."

3. Fredrik Eklund


"I'd say, business or personal, wear what makes you feel good, that's authentic to you," he says. "Wear that. Who cares? You know, I wear crazy stuff to business meetings and it works for me."

"I don't want to be human." But I am. And I'm going to be a father!!!! I can finally talk about it. So here I am with Cheryl at Time Warner, today, 6 months after I was terminated from the listing. Yes TODAY! She called last week as she saw the trailers for the show and asked me to come back, adding me back on the listing which hasn't sold, and gone from $35M to the reduced $28M with other brokers... Actually two great brokers, Gilliad and Elliot, but even greater with me back on... $28M was the price I advised her on the first time we met. Now, this was a very difficult episode for me, even to watch tonight, because as we were filming it I had to allow my self to completely lose on national television. Big time. Sometimes I hear people say our show is scripted, and it isn't. Once and for all, it is real. You can say whatever you want about me, my eccentricities, quirkiness, faces and expressions, but I'm real. As you saw tonight. I sometimes wish the show was scripted, because God knows it would be easier to show up to a set with a script, instead to your own listing which you are publicly terminated from... but no one tells us what to do or say, and certainly as you understand I wouldn't lose a $35M listing, nor a $1M+ commission if I had a choice... but I did, and I did hard. The producers told me to trust the process, to allow myself to fail because we all fail, so I did and grew from it. I'm actually thankful for the experience... Now, to have people you love like Derek helping you put things in perspective is what it's all about. He asked me "what is the big deal?" Well, it isn't a big deal at all compared to us having Milla. Not at all, and Milla will unfold this season I'm proud to say. Time Warner is back, I'm back, and although I feel I have dressed up in enough Asian silk kimonos for now, I am proud to never say anything bad about any clients because I try to see the good in them and their perspective too... and even when I lose them... I'm always hoping to have them come back to me like a boomerang. Like Cheryl, today, picking me up in her VERY big car and hiring me back again... ❤️

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So is this OK? Guys?

Right now!

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