What was the reason your last business deal didn’t go through?
Was it really because your business partner didn’t have enough funds?
Here’s what you need from your investors.
Do your actions promote trust in your peers?
Did you know looking at the floor during a business plan presentation ruins your chances of making a positive impact?
No one will trust you enough to partner with you.
Yes, you may simply be in deep thought.
Perhaps you’re thinking of the right words to communicate your idea.
But others don’t know what’s going on inside your mind.
Some people will think you’re lying.
Others assume you’re too insecure to champion the project.
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This shows the importance of eye contact.
And this is simply one aspect of body language and business etiquette essential to your future success.
What else do you inadvertently communicate?
Folding your arms may tell people you don’t want to be associated with them.
Making a fist communicates anger.
Can you control these actions, so your body language benefits your future business projects?
Knowledge about these nuances is especially important when dealing with international partners.
Each country has unique business etiquette and body language guidelines.
Put some thought into this infographic by Swiss Canadian Capital, so your next project is accepted by everyone!