Does Smiling When You Enter An Interview Help?

Preparing for an interview is important. But it can be overwhelming. So do you smile when you enter an interview?

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    1. Great video. and yes, smiling is extremely important.<br /><br />Statistically, body language accounts for 85% of the impact of a message (the actual words you choose only account for 7%).<br /><br />This means that it&#39;s not what you say, but how you project yourself when you say it. :)<br /><br />You can find body languag tips and other video resume / interviewing tips at http://

    2. I agree. If you will enter the interview with this phrase on your lips: &quot;I know a secret,&quot; it will leave an impression that you are confident and change your attitude to coming across as a winner better than anyone else in the process.

    3. Of course, smiling is important. Why? Well, it conveys &quot;friendliness&quot; or liking where you are….<br />Which is like a compliment to those that are interviewing you….<br />And who gravatates to someone who isn&#39;t smiling….<br /><br />Peggy

    4. Anonymous

      Smiling is always a good thing, but this is especially true when you are on the telephone or on a job interview. Be sure to extend your right hand at the same time you interview in person. Be self-confident and positive.

    5. Anonymous

      A smile on your face goes a long way in business transactions, including interviews. You want to come across as positive, friendly and the right person for the job.

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