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Body Language


Building on the article yesterday, I felt I will need to touch on a age-old topic – body language. Although we have studied what body language you used will affect the impression you project to others, consciously you are unable to control your movements unless you watch every movement, every smile, wherever you place your hands.

More often than not, whenever I attended body language lessons (sponsored by my previous companies), I find it useful to me to measure someone, perhaps a customer whether he is buying or just browsing; or my boss whether it is a good time to approach him to ask for a pay raise. What I don’t think is useful is to watch my movements.

What you learn to observe, others can use the same methods to observe you. Hence to counter-effect this, there is a fool-proof ways that works for me. I always think every…

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