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They say you only have two seconds to make a great first impression, so you pretty much have to knock it out of the park. Thankfully, that won’t be such a hard task with this expert advice.

Body language expert, India Ford, details the steps a person should take for nailing that introductory meeting, which starts with the handshake.

“Our levels of confidence and credibility are assessed (subconsciously) on the quality of our handshake. So it’s imperative we get it right first time, because a weak handshake will instantly destroy your credibility, making you appear fragile and passive, while a confident handshake will immediately help elevate your levels of confidence and credibility,” reveals Ford.

Having confidence and a great smile are also vital, which will make you not only more “alluring,” but will put others at ease.

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