We know that some postures and gestures, like genuine smiles, increase attractiveness and a sense of connection. Daily Infographic has rounded up in one visual ways that your body might speak louder than words on a date.
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Mansplaining has become one of the defining phenomena of the 21st century, and its pedantic tentacles touch everything from the last US presidential campaign to online riffs about how women just can't "get" Rick and Morty. While we've come a long way towards naming and shaming the mansplainers in our midst, on the flip side of that exchange, catching yourself in the act (and taking a step back) can be a challenge for anyone who's spent their whole life assuming that they always have something interesting and useful to say, despite all evidence to the contrary.
We all know that being seen as confident, but not cocky, at work can have a positive effect on our careers. From one-on-one meeting with your boss to giving a presentation to the whole team, your voice is one of the most important parts of project confidence. Here's how to adjust your voice so that how you say something has as much impact as what you say.
A job interview is your best chance to make a good impression on a future boss and team, and while it's also a time for them to impress you, you want to make sure you send the right message with your non-verbals. This graphic outlines seven different body language mistakes you won't want to make, and how to avoid them.
You're walking down the street when you see that friend of a friend you met at that thing. You don't want to stop and have an awkward chat, but you also don't want to be rude. Here's a simple eye contact trick that works every time.
There's more to acing an interview than a good resume and solid answers to their questions. Body language plays a big part as well. If you're not sure what to do with your hands during a job interview, these tips will help.
Body language is a big part of human interaction, but some folks out there have a tougher time reading it than others. If you're looking to join in on a conversation that's already in motion, the participants' feet can tell you whether it's open to others or not.