Friday, October 9, 2009

How to make an Entrance and Work the Room

One of the most important features in showing up any place is the entrance you make.
Almost everyone watches the entrance to a room - use it to your advantage.

Maintain good posture at all times because it instantly creates an impression of confidence.

To make a strong entrance walk into the room.
Pause briefly to spot key persons and to allow others to see you.
Don't stand in the doorway, I repeat walk into the room.
Rushing in and heading for the food or the bar is counterproductive to your agenda.

Prior Planning Prevents Poor Performance

Doing your homework will help you create confidence and authority.

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