Dispelling the myths of body language and public etiquette

November 30, 2015
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Since time immemorial, we have been told to sit, walk and eat in a particular way to give out a strong impression to others, but there are certain myths that need to be broken.

It’s alright to extend a handshake to a lady or eating pizza with your hand during meeting people in public, says an expert.

Sheena Agarwaal, director, Urbanista Image Consulting, tells us that it is alright “to be yourself” and break some traditional rules of public meeting that are absolutely perfect.

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