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Aug 06

Establishing Trouble-free Solutions Of Interview Body Language

Jeff Christiansen / Flickr We all know the story. Whenever everyone’s favorite deceptive marionette told a lie, his wooden nose grew. Obviously, humans never have as dramatic a tell as Pinocchio. Still there are certain physical cues that can tip us off when someone is lying . Those indicators can be quite helpful when you’re dealing with a sneaky individual. http://giannarosscentral.redcarolinaparaguay.org/2016/08/04/simple-solutions-of-vocation-simplifiedHowever, they also pose a bit of a problem for others. When it comes to making a first impression, these cues can be really damaging for someone who’s completely trustworthy and just has a few bad body language habits. http://gotonaomibrooks.pca-plus.com/2016/07/31/an-updated-intro-to-painless-interview-body-language-methodsAnd if there’s anywhere you definitely don’t want to come across as a liar, it’s a job interview. To avoid coming across as a liar, here are a few body language blunders to avoid in job interviews:

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