When Starting Out
- Talk to experts and successful people.
- Listen to their thoughts and critiques.
- Assess their critiques and adjust where necessary.
- Return to them once you have made adjustments.
- Remember though, you have the final say.
Successful people are experts at what NOT to do. Be wise and seek their counsel. It may be the smartest decision you make when starting your business.
Putting the Best Foot Forward as an Entrepreneur
By: Zebraheard, LLC
When talking about interactions with other people and making positive impressions on people body language MUST be considered. There is so much research available about body language and what it means that anyone looking for better outcomes in their relationships should devote some time to learning about the subject.
In a study published by the British journal of social and clinical psychology in 1970 Michael Argyle and other researchers hypothesized the following about non-verbal communication:
That whereas spoken language is normally used for communicating information about events external to the speakers, non-verbal codes are used to establish and maintain interpersonal relationships. It is considered more polite or nicer to communicate attitudes towards others non-verbally rather than verbally, for instance in order to avoid embarrassing situations.
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