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Where To Position Yourself In A Meeting

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Regardless of your prowess on PowerPoint, impressing people in a meeting can be downright tricky.

Yes, it's an unforgiving arena, one where backs will be stabbed, minutes will be taken, and no quarter will be given.

So on the off-chance you’re looking for one killer tip on how to command a room, be it for a job interview or promotion opportunity, take a look at this quick video, which, delving into the mind of the subconscious (even referencing winning patterns on The Weakest Link), describes exactly where you need to stand in a room to command it.

Don't feel like you have to adjust your seat...

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