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"Walk directly toward the person you are meeting with every body part pointing in his direction, maintaining eye contact with occasional breaks to the side." One way to soothe interview nerves is to breathe properly.Reiman, Wood and Glass all recommend focusing on the breath as a vital part of the interview process.
"Nod your head occasionally to let them know you are enjoying and understand what is being said," Reiman explains.It's also a legitimate way to portray good body language during a job interview. You want to be confident, but not obnoxious; intelligent but not a know-it-all.Trying to find a balance and also explain why you deserve a job is hard enough. Career experts have long analyzed body movement as a way to determine a person's character."Your posture is an integral part of your nonverbal conversation." If you don't have the benefit of a face to face interview, Wood recommends getting up and walking while on a phone interview.Much like planting your feet, it helps "sync the left and right hemisphere" of the brain, making your answers sharper.