Try 1 body language change to make a great first impression

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People form first impressions by observing your facial expression, appearance, level of interest shown and vocal tone. Relationship coach Bela Gandhi says the secret to making a great first impression is to soften your body language. The first step is to smile – it’s the easiest way to make someone feel that you are happy, warm and welcoming. Think of someone you love before you meet someone new to create a warm, genuine smile. #HealthyBeauty
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