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  • Is your non-verbal communication style ruining your job interviews?

    Forbes - 05/11/2017

    For every interview you have, when your interviewer comes to greet you, ensure that you look them in the eye. In a study by Northeastern University, “Those who consistently made eye contact while speaking were considered more intelligent than those who did not.”

    It’s good to practice making eye contact. Get used to looking directly into people’s eyes when you first meet them. Notice the color of the other person’s eyes as an exercise. Pretty soon, this will become a natural habit

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