4. BODY LANGUAGE

A person can often see right through you depending on the tone and language of your body. It’s very important to have good posture, a well spoken approach and casual movements during a meeting.

Unfortunately, some things can’t be controlled, but do your best to work around them. If you tend to tap your fingers, keep your fingers under the table. Have you ever had that twitch in one of your eye lids? Feels like it’s trying to blink at 100 mph? Yeah, that’s rough. I’ve had a few meetings with that going on and you can only try to play it off. If that’s the case, then try to destress and get some more sleep before a big meeting.

  5. AUTHENTICITY

 

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