• Thu 13th Jun 2019 - 9:55am

    E.g. smiles, making the other person Vision rx20 look embarrassed enough to go red and look down, or copy what you are doing, etc. In closing Regular practice is more important than pushing too hard. Pushing too hard is counter-productive, as you want to be at a level where you feel good about yourself at the end of it, to ensure you keep it up. You will rapidly see benefits, such as more positive reactions from other people, and generally improved confidence. With better eye contact it also becomes easier to maintain a better overall body language - opening your body and not cowering and "hiding", for example. Writing notes is essential to this process.


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