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4 Do I sit comfortably rather than rigidly, avoiding jerky movements and fighting the urge to fidget? 5 Do I always dress neatly and appropriately and feel comfortable in what I wear? ” If you have a confident demeanor, you are more likely to be treated like a confident person by others 7 years may be added to the lifespans of people with positive thoughts 60 / BECOMING MORE EFFECTIVE Making decisions The place that you have reached in your career or your personal life is the result of the decisions you have made.

These range from the technical— how to produce an agenda—to the diplomatic, such as how to keep the discussion moving and stop participants from speaking for too long. Ensure that there is someone to take the minutes and let him or her know the format you want the minutes to follow. How to run the meeting At the end of the meeting, remind everyone what has to be achieved and summarize what has been agreed, to help the minute-taker. Inviting the right people Calling a meeting People often complain about how many meetings they have to attend.

48 / IMPROVING YOUR SKILLS Going with the flow Giving a presentation is a two-way process. You may be the person at the front of the room doing most of the talking, but the audience will be giving nonverbal feedback all the time. Try to catch the eyes of people around the room throughout the presentation. Smile occasionally during your talk, but don’t adopt a false, fixed grin. Move around and use gestures if that feels natural for you. The more relaxed and natural you appear, the more rapport you will be able to create.

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