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They say your face is the mirror to your inner self, and often acts as a giveaway to your hidden emotions. There are seen universally accepted facial expressions, those of happiness, sadness, anger, jealousy, disgust, surprise, and contempt- all of which don’t need words to express how you feel. But, they are so natural to us, how do we control them? Chatterbox teaches you how…
Our body language is predominantly governed by the expressions we make, thus, making is very important to keep our expressions neutral and paced per our piece so that none of our inner feelings come forth, taking away from the subject matter in focus.
It is easy to gauge one’s feelings through the look on their face, but just as difficult to keep them in check. Let’s take for example how easy it is to get to know what’s going on, in an interviewer’s mind by the way he smiles and nods at your answers. Or how simply he leans forward or away from you, reflecting an interest in your conversation. At times it is not their words but their expressions that will reveal how good you have been with your interview and how likely you are to get the job.
Knowing how to control and express your emotions at the right place at the right time is what can make or break a person and their first impressions in public. That’s where Chatterbox steps in to teach you the different ways to conduct yourself and the exact expressions to maintain while facing an interview or while making a public appearance for a presentation. Not just do they help you learn how to present yourself but also gain finesse on your smile and the right time to do so!
While making a speech or talking in front of a large audience one has to always keep a smile to make the people listening to you comfortable while drawing their attention to the speech you are to deliver. It covers up the nervousness you are feeling and shows that you are confident about the subject you are about to speak about.
Mimes are the greatest examples of how your face alone has the capability or conveying stories without words. While, stand-up comedians become great artists not because they have the right words, but know how to deliver the right jokes with appropriate pauses and of course their coy smiles and a wink!
But imagine winking at someone during your next important meeting or frowning at your teacher while she conveys something boring to the class. Won’t be so appropriate, don’t you think?! Our expressions and gestures change according to the situation at hand and there are certain times when one has to keep their expressions neutral especially where the conversation in concern is not to your liking, it is a skill to keep a straight face.
It is very important to practice your facial expressions in front of a mirror. It may seem silly but it is the best way to practice, if not, we have just the right place for you. Chatterbox provides a great platform to enhance those expressions and teach you how to conduct yourself with confidence. Try out Chatterbox today.