Last Updated on January 26, 2021When talking about body language and how it can help us maintain good communication, we tend to forget about the most powerful tool we have: our eyes. You’re told to stand straight, cross your legs while sitting, maintain a good posture, and so on. But the message you’re trying to transmit by doing all of this completely falls apart if you forget about maintaining good eye contact. Making eye contact is a form of saying, “I’m here.”. It doesn’t only show that you’re listening to what the other person is saying while interacting with someone, but it also transmits self-confidence. If you’re shy and anti-social, you probably avoid looking people in the eye, but sometimes that’s seen as a flaw, especially in jobs where you have to communicate with other people or at a date where you’re trying to impress someone. There are many situations in our daily lives where we have to use eye contact for our benefit. So let’s talk about what some of those situations are and how to have better eye contact when you see yourself in one of them.
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