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How to Say, 'I'm Interested'

How to Say, 'I'm Interested'

1. Make eye contact often, but remember that unblinking stares are disconcerting. Researchers have found that when people are engaged in an interesting conversation, their eyes remain focused on their partner's face about 80% of the time - but not exclusively on the eyes. Instead, they focus on the eyes for two to three minutes, then move down to the nose or lips, then back up to the eyes. Occasionally, they look down to the table momentarily, then back up to the eyes. Avoid looking up and to the right - it's a universal symbol of boredom and dismissal.

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