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How To Reduce First Kiss Nerves

It’s perfectly normal to be nervous before that delicious first kiss. It means that you’re excited, and that’s a good thing. And just remember, chances are they’re just as nervous as you are. Here Are My Top Tips To Help Reduce Your First Kiss Nerves: 1. Focus on the Positive My first tip is to focus on the positive. Just because they haven’t kissed you yet, doesn’t mean that they don’t want to. So instead of worrying about that first kiss, focus on creating an amazing connection. 2. Reframe Your Nerves as Excitement My second tip is to reframe your nerves as excitement. Now the truth is that while these negative arousal emotions may feel very different and affect our...

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Job Interview Tips For Introverts

No matter who you are, job interviews are stressful. But they can be particularly hard for introverts. Here are the top nine job interview tips for introverts to help you to put your best foot forward.First impressions count and they stick. Research shows that those first few seconds and minutes of an interview can make a lasting impression.With studies finding that still, open, positive, body language, direct eye contact and a smile sends a subconscious message that you’re confident, sociable, friendly, capable and persuasive. Key factors in landing that dream job. But what do you do if you aren’t naturally outgoing and need time to internally process information before making a response? The good news is that there are strategies...

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Job Interview Body Language Mistakes To Avoid

One of biggest things that stands in the way of you and the job you want is your non-verbal communication. Within as little as a tenth of a second your body language, facial expressions, breathing, gestures and paralanguage or the way you speak has revealed valuable information about your personality, confidence and emotions. Here are the job interview body language mistakes to avoid if you want to nail that dream job. Before you’ve even had a chance to say “ hello “ your non-verbal communication has revealed who you are and how you feel. This information helps others make a snap subconscious decision about you. Your like-ability, competence, personality, sociability and even your ability to persuade. It’s also a main factor in whether you...

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Overcoming Job Interview Anxiety

Overcoming Job Interview Anxiety It’s normal to feel some level of anxiety or discomfort during a job interview. However, for some people that anxiety can detrimentally affect their performance, how they interact, and how they’re perceived. Here’s how to keep overcome job interview anxiety and keep those nerves in check.   Why Do We Feel Stressed During A Job Interview? Nerve-wracking experiences like a job interview for your dream job can trigger both thought related and physical anxiety. Sending a signal to your primitive arousal centre, the amygdala, involved in memory and responsible for the processing of your emotional responses, such as anxiety and fear. Before you can even snap your fingers, you’re thrown into survival mode, as your sympathetic...

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The Top Kissing Turn-Offs According To Science

Have you ever wondered what constitutes a bad kiss? Whilst bad breath, a darting tongue and a wet sloppy kiss are rated as the biggest kissing turn-offs according to science, it might also be your smell, taste or even your pheromones that’s causing the problem. Being a bad kisser can be a deal breaker, but kissing is more complicated than most people think. Studies show that when it comes to kissing there’s no one size fits all and something that’s a turn off for one person might be the perfect kiss for another. The secret is to take it slow, follow their lead, and to kiss them the way that they’re kissing you.   So What Constitutes A Bad Kiss?...

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