If you’re not making headway in your life, you might need to look at your non-verbal cues.
I was recently invited to contribute to some “body language” tips for a Sydney Morning Herald piece and thought you all might enjoy the read … by Gayle Bryant.
It’s not just first impressions that count. Your everyday body language can be what determines whether people like or trust you – and ultimately whether they want to do business with you.
If someone has already made up his or her mind about you it can be very difficult to change, so making sure your body language is working for, rather than against, you is crucial. This applies whether you are asking for a raise, meeting a potential new client, and especially when applying for a new job or role.