Here are seven general suggestions on good language for the interview.
1. Walk slowly, deliberately, and tall upon entering the room.
2. On greeting the interviewer, give a friendly “eyebrow flash”: that brief, slight raising of the brows that calls attention to the face, encourages eye contact, and (when accompanied by a natural smile) sends the strong positive signal that the interview has gotten off to a good start.
3. Use mirroring techniques. In other words, make an effort to reproduce the positive signals your interviewer sends.
4. Keep a naturally alert head position.
5. Remember to avert your gaze from time to time so as to avoid the impression that you are staring; when you do so, look confidently and calmly to the right or left; never look down.
6. Do not hurry any movement.
7. Relax with every breath.

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