Socialize at parties
- Make an unforgettable entrance by slowly walking in and analyzing the situation.
When you arrive at the party, stop dramatically in the doorway. Then s-l-o-w-l-y survey the situation.
- Keep an open body, arms uncrossed and hanging at your sides, palms up, legs slightly separated and a slight smile on your face as much as possible.
This will give the other party a signal that “you are welcomed” while folding your arms will give the signal of “stay away”.
- Remember to eat before coming to the party to leave your hands free for heavy networking.
People won't feel comfortable approaching you if you’re eating.
- Always sit at the center.
This will reflect your confidence. Don't seek out corners or seats where you are harder to see.
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