Just to give some background, I'm under the age of 18, selling mostly ORM services to local small businesses. I already match my clothes to what type of place I'm approaching, but the one thing I've wondered is whether or not I should wear my Rolex to come off as a higher authority. For reference, it's not a flashy all-gold one, just a 34mm Day-Date with a gold and stainless steel bracelet. I bought it this summer after I ran a successful business earlier in the year, and besides the vanity aspect, I also got it to show that I'm not just "some kid" selling services, but rather someone who's already had success in obtaining clients etc. I felt it'd come off as me being more mature than I am for my age, and so far I haven't had any bad experiences because of it (only compliments), but at the same time, I can't always read what they're thinking. I don't want jealousy to be an issue, and I thought about the possibility that even if the prospect is wealthy and complimenting me, they still could be jealous due to my age, which could keep them from buying. Based on what you guys know from making sales, how do you feel about wearing flashier items to portray an image of success to prospects? I've thought about using it only when talking to wealthier prospects (ie: lawyers, doctors, dentists - people that are more likely to recognize it), rather than just anybody (which is what I've been doing). Should I keep doing it only with wealthier prospects, or stop altogether? Thanks.