4. Be Conscience of Your Body Language

Try to avoid negative body language;

crossing arms, leaning back in the chair, avoiding eye contact, and a combination of all three.

If you are uncomfortable, try not to show it.

Remember to keep your hands in your lap or on top of the table.

Lean forward so that you can better hear the questions the other person is asking, as well as the answers you are receiving about your own questions.

Maintain as much eye contact as possible, but without being creepy.

Blatantly staring at someone or having the case of the roaming eyes can just make the moment awkward and possibly embarrassing.

Have a Sense of Humor
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