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Meeting New People – Be Approachable So you want to make a good first impression when you meet new people at home or at work. Yes, you know already about dressing appropriately and being polite. But you want to go beyond that - you want to do your best to make sure that people really like you. Here are some tips; Know what your body is saying. We all send messages with our body language. How we stand or sit often tells other people exactly how we are feeling – we don’t need to say a word. If you are nervous, you can get tense and sometimes your posture says “Leave me Alone” or “I’m too busy to speak to you. That isn't what you mean but it can be what others think. So make sure you know what your body saying! Be aware of your posture and your gestures – make them welcoming. Be open. D on’t stand or sit hunched, or huddled up. And don’t talk to someone with your arms crossed in front of you – they will think you don’t really want to know them.