- Your goal when meeting other people is to make them feel comfortable and to put
them ease so they will want to do business with you.
- Always stand up, make eye contact and smile when you meet someone. This allows you to engage the person on an equal level – eye to eye.
- Introduce yourself immediately. As soon as you approach people you don’t know or are approached by them, say who you are.
Stay tuned for more meeting & greeting tips.
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