Body Language Training
Doing some body language training will make it easier for you to impress women and can also help you at work. There are many different ways to sit and stand that can send a message. Practice some body language training and then see if it can help you say something without having to actually speak the words.
- One lesson of body language training is to never slouch when you are sitting. Unless you are sitting around at home, slouching tells a person you are not interested in them. They are probably thinking that you might as well turn your back on them when you slouch. Sit up straight and keep your feet flat on the floor when you want a woman or someone you are talking to at work think that you care what they have to say. Try to make eye contact, also, to show with your body language that you are interested.
- Keep your hands on the desk or chair arms when you are sitting. It is fine to move your hands when you talk, but if you keep them under the table, a person will think you are hiding something. You also may slouch more if your hands are not on the table or the chair arms, so keep this body language training tip in mind.
- Crossing your arms tells someone you are not open to what they are saying. This is a negative position when you are talking or listening to someone, and it does not matter if you are standing or sitting. If you are standing, keep your arms by your sides or put only one hand in your pocket. If you are sitting, just keep your hands on the desk or on the arms of the chair.
- How you hold your head is another important part of body language training. If you look down, you are telling someone you don’t care what they say. If you cock your head to one side that may signal to the person that you are confused. Try to keep your head up and nod every once in awhile when someone is speaking. This shows them you care about what they have to say.