Are you giving a presentation any time soon... whether you're selling something, pitching something to a client, or presenting a project at school?
Ryan Seacrest says to watch the audience's body language because it can say a lot about what they're thinking... whether you'll get the job, make the sale, or get a good grade.
Here's what to look for, and what they may be thinking:
HANDS TOGETHER FINGERS IN A STEEPLE - A decision has been made - and they like you.
RUBBING THEIR EAR - They’re not interested in what you’re saying.
REMOVING LINT FROM CLOTHES - They don’t agree with you.
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