It's normal to feel nervous before an interview, but keep in mind that the way we feel reflects how we look. Linda Raynier suggests you think of yourself as a consultant, someone who goes into a meeting knowing what they can offer. It will help you shift into body language that is more confident and relaxed. Linda also suggests mimicking the interviewer's body language: if they're leaning in, you lean in as well; if they are humorous and funny, you respond by laughing. And, finally, remember to be present! Pay attention and listen to the interviewer so you will feel more confident and improve your answers.
Raynier, Linda. "How to improve your body language in an interview" on linkedin.com.
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