Tag Archive: Kelly Studer

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    by Angie Chang

    5 Ways To Make A Great First Impression (Career Advice)

    Research findings show that a firm handshake characterized by strength, good eye contact, and a completeness of grip, leaves a positive impact.

    By Kelly Studer (Career Stylist, Kelly Studer Consulting)

    At one point or another, we’ve all had an experience meeting someone new and not have it pan out the way we thought it would. Without even realizing it, we may have left a poor first impression and it’s hard to change someone’s mind about us once this has happened.

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    by Angie Chang

    Do You Sabotage Your Own Success?

    You are scared because you want it. You are scared because you know you have the chance to be amazing. You are scared because it means something to you. This is your brain weighing risk and reward. Take the reward.

    By Kelly Studer (Career Stylist, Kelly Studer Consulting)

    Not that long ago, I was lined up to speak on a panel to 100+ people when the organizer called and asked me if I’d be willing to give the keynote speech. They came to me with this request only 8 days before the event, so I assumed they were only asking me

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    by Angie Chang

    Feel More Confident And Powerful In 60 Seconds (Body Language)

    Maximize your chance of making a great first impression and having your audience engaged in what you’re saying.

    By Kelly Studer (Career Stylist, Kelly Studer Consulting)

    Harvard researcher Amy Cuddy discovered ways for people to feel more powerful through simple tweaks to their body language. By practicing a few different “power poses” prior to a situation that requires feeling in control, powerful and confident, it can really do the trick.

    To maximize your chance of making a great first impression and having your audience engaged in what you have to say instantly, watch the video and then think about all of the situations in which you could test it out – a job interview, giving a presentation, leading an important meeting, asking for a promotion or raise, asking