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How to Convey Body Language Successfully

How to Convey Body Language Successfully

Your Posture Can Propel Your Success

If you review your own personal experience, it will likely not take you long to be convinced of the power of body language. You have seen how crossed arms can block you out, while leaning in can engage you. Body language does not just count in your personal life, though. Here are a few body language mistakes to avoid and postures to assume to propel your career forward.

  • Stop Slouching: Slouching can damage you in two ways. First, slouching makes you appear disrespectful as it appears you are not fully engaged in the present conversation or project. Secondly, because our brains equate power with how much space people take up, slouching can shrink your power.
  • Try Turning: If you are engaged in a conversation and want to let the others involved know, turn your body towards them. This shows that you are both engaged and trusting of the others involved, welcoming a deeper dialogue.
  • Fight Fidgeting: Any small, repetitive motions can imply that you are either uncomfortable or distracted. Either way, people will assume you are not fully involved in the conversation at hand when you fidget. Particularly, stay away from fixing your hair, biting your nails, and other behaviors that can make you seem like you are more concerned with the way you look than the way you work.
  • Engage Eye Contact: Practice maintaining the right amount of eye contact. Too little makes you seem disengaged, while too much can be aggressive. Note how you are in casual conversation with close friends, and work to replicate that in the workplace.

To learn more about how your body language can help you be successful, contact Mike Stromsoe’s Unstoppable Profit Producer Program. We can offer guidance, helping you perfect your professional posture. We also offer a premier wealth creation program that can help you work less, earn more, and enjoy life!

Your Guide To Starting A Business While Working Full Time

How to: start a business without quitting your full-time job.

All too often, people look at entrepreneurism as a huge gamble. You have to give up all of your financial stability to start your own business – right?

Actually, it is possible to start your business while still working full time, you just have to make sure you handle it well. When you keep your full-time job, you can leverage your bosses and colleagues for professional advice and, obviously, keep a paycheck coming your way.

How do you get the best of both worlds? Start a business while working full time by following this guide.

  • Be Honest To Your Company: It’s not just unethical to do work for your new business while you’re on the clock for your current company, it can also have far-reaching negative implications. For starters, you can get fired. Even more problematic, though, is that your company can claim ownership of anything you did on their time.
  • Be Honest To Your Supervisor: It might seem risky to tell your supervisor that you’re planning to start your own business, but it’s much better to have control over how he or she finds out than it getting to your supervisor through the rumor mill!
  • Be Honest To Yourself: Don’t burn yourself out. If you’re feeling exhausted working full-time, then coming home and plugging away on your new business, let yourself take a break or get the help you need. If you burn yourself out before you even get started, your business will struggle.

Are you thinking of starting a business? If so, don’t wait to contact Mike Stromsoe’s Unstoppable Profit Producer Program! We have an extensive wheelhouse of guidance to help you work less, earn more, and enjoy life! If you’re hungry for more training, mark your calendar today for our San Diego, CA “Leave No Regrets” boot camp in November!

The Best Body Language Tips

Your Posture Can Propel Your Success

If you review your own personal experience, it will likely not take you long to be convinced of the power of body language. You have seen how crossed arms can block you out, while leaning in can engage you. Body language does not just count in your personal life, though. Here are a few body language mistakes to avoid and postures to assume to propel your career forward.

  • Stop Slouching: Slouching can damage you in two ways. First, slouching makes you appear disrespectful as it appears you are not fully engaged in the present conversation or project. Secondly, because our brains equate power with how much space people take up, slouching can shrink your power.
  • Try Turning: If you are engaged in a conversation and want to let the others involved know, turn your body towards them. This shows that you are both engaged and trusting of the others involved, welcoming a deeper dialogue.
  • Fight Fidgeting: Any small, repetitive motions can imply that you are either uncomfortable or distracted. Either way, people will assume you are not fully involved in the conversation at hand when you fidget. Particularly, stay away from fixing your hair, biting your nails, and other behaviors that can make you seem like you are more concerned with the way you look than the way you work.
  • Engage Eye Contact: Practice maintaining the right amount of eye contact. Too little makes you seem disengaged, while too much can be aggressive. Note how you are in casual conversation with close friends, and work to replicate that in the workplace.

To learn more about how your body language can help you be successful, contact Mike Stromsoe’s Unstoppable Profit Producer Program. We can offer guidance, helping you perfect your professional posture. We also offer a premier wealth creation program that can help you work less, earn more, and enjoy life!