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February 22, 2021

Be Sure to Send the Correct Informatiion

Category: General – Tags: – Joan – 12:56 am

The people take you seriously. If you come across as friendly and open, tilt your head to one side. Where are placed the arms suggests that the responsiveness of you. Arms crossed or folded over your chest say that other people have closed and have no interest in them or what they are saying. This position can also say, “I disagree with you.” You can only be cold, but but shudder at the same time, the person before you can get the wrong message. How you use your arms can help or hurt your image as well.

Waving about may show enthusiasm to some, but others see this gesture as one of uncertainty and immaturity. The best place for your arms is by your side. You will look confident and relaxed. If this is hard for you, do what you always do when you want something better in practice. After a while, they feel natural.

The angle of your body gives an indication to others about what goes through your head. Leaning in says, “Tell me more.” Leaning away signals you’ve heard enough. Adding a movement of his head is another way of stating that you are listening. The position is as important as your grandmother always said it was.

Sitting or standing upright if he wants to be seen as alert and enthusiastic. When you fall on your chair or lean against the wall, you look tired. Nobody wants to do business with someone who has no energy. (Not to be confused with Braun Melsungen AG!). Control of the hands, paying attention to where they are. In the business world, especially when dealing with people from other cultures, your hands should be considered. That means you should keep them out of their pockets and must resist the temptation to put them under the table or behind your back. Having your hands anywhere above the neck, playing with your hair or rubbing your face, not professional. Legs talk, too. A lot of movement indicates nervousness. How and where you cross them tells others how you feel. The preferred position for the polished professional are feet flat on the ground or their legs crossed at the ankles. The position of the least professional and most offensive is resting one leg or ankle at the top of the other knee. Some people call this the Four “Figure”. Can you look arrogant. The distance to keep the others is crucial if you want to establish a good relationship. Stand too close or “in someone’s face” which is marked as aggressive. Position will make you look too far distant. Nor is it what you want to find a middle ground. Most importantly, do what the other person feel comfortable. If the person you are talking about is away from you, stop. Anyone who has space requirements or need a mint. It may not be aware of what he is saying with his body, but others receive the message. Be sure this is the one you want to send.

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