The power of body language
Get what you want without uttering a word. It’s all about posture, eye contact, knowing what you want and how you can use your body to get it. This could be a useful skill in job interviews, so check out how to use your body language to your advantage right here.
2. Shake hands like a pro—and release them like an expert. Making eye contact and clasping with a firm grip are taught in Body Language 101. Goman adds this extra-credit tip: When you release the hand and break eye contact, don't let your gaze drop. "It's a submissive signal," she says. Instead, keep your head up and let your eyes slide to the side