The Importance of Body Language

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Watch Your (Body) Language

Body language speaks volumes – yours as well as your prospect/clients. Now even more than ever when our society working through a pandemic, it is important that we do our part to work through this together. Let's bring warmth to our conversations! Here are some things to keep in mind. 

Negative Body Language
Limited or no eye contact
Brow tension
Crossed arms
Whole-body positioned away from the person you’re speaking with
Hunched shoulders
Rigid body posture
Tapping fingers
Fidgeting

Positive Body Language
Body position upright, facing the other person, leaning slightly forward means “I’m listening.”
Smiling eyes mean “I’m comfortable with you.”
Eye contact means “I’m interested. I like you.”
Relaxed brows mean “I’m calm and at ease.”
A pleasant voice tone means “I’m relaxed.”
Fingers interlocked behind the head, elbows out means “I’m open to ideas.”
Mirroring behavior means “I want to be friendly.”
Sitting still means “I’m more interested in what you are saying than anything else.”

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