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Love is “knowing within” what feels right. It's allowing to give your body space and relaxation and letting it tell you what it needs. Be cautious of the tension at your hinge, where your lower jaw connects with your upper jaw. Feel the soles of your feet touch the soles of your shoes and be more conscious of your body. In the end, I personally believe that success comes down to gratitude. Avoid comparing other people’s success, especially without coming back to your own goals as they should be made attainable for you and not for other people.

#any level #introvert #all Industries #interviewing skills
Gemma Gambee
Creative Strategist @ Gemma Gambee Consultancy

Make sure to accommodate all differences on how people work in your team. Allow space for people to act and heard. Learn and use advantage of strength of people you work with.

#mid-level professional #ambivert #design #team work
Supisa Nishimura
UX Designer @ Microsoft

The best speaker is present in the room and ready to have a conversation.
It’s not magic but practice. Be prepared. Think about what the conversation is about and what you want to achieve. Don’t forget how others might be thinking.
Be confident.
Collaborate. You don’t have to know it all. Be honest about what you know and ask others.

#any level #introvert #advertising #experience #film & photography #interviewing skills #leadership skills #presentation skills #team work
Aurelie Harp
Founder, CEO @ The Womanity Project

When asking for a raise, if they say budgets are set, you should ask if there are any extraordinary business conditions in which the board would be willing to make an exception if truly amazing value delivery was achieved.

#mid-level professional #ambivert #all Industries #salary negotiation skills
Cindy Gallop
Founder @ MakeLoveNotPorn

Great presenters always do these 5 things:

1. Consider their audience - great presenters determine who they are talking to and how much they know about the subject to establish the purpose of the presentation.

2. Organize their thoughts - they focus on delivering three main ideas that begin with a solid opening and end with a strong close, including a call to action.

3. Channel positive energy - they maintain an open and confident body posture, use gestures to emphasize their points and show enthusiasm with facial expressions.

4. Connect and engage with listeners - they use eye contact to keep listeners engaged and to maintain a conversational feel.

5. Practice constantly - they are familiar with concepts to ensure a smoother delivery and focus on being themselves while getting they ideas across.

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Jocelin Martinez
Founder @ Jocelin Martinez Communications Training

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