NBC's Today Show Welcomes Back Body Language Expert Janine Driver For a Not-to-Miss New Year's Eve Segment

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Before you throw on your tux or your LBD, NBC's Today Show will reveal: • Where to stand to appear approachable; • Body language cues that you must avoid (at all costs); • How to swoop in & save someone who needs social rescuing; • And… the most effective pick up line for New Year's Eve!

kind of bash, or you're thinking of being one of the thousands of people closely mingling in Times Square, it can be a challenge to enter a party and be ambushed by hundreds of new faces

On Friday, December 29th, Body Language Expert Janine Driver (http://www.lyintamer.com) will reveal her New Year's Eve successful socializing strategies on NBC's Today Show. "Whether you are planning to celebrate New Year's Eve by networking at a pot luck dinner at your friends' house, or dancing at a black and white "Harry Met Sally" kind of bash, or you're thinking of being one of the thousands of people closely mingling in Times Square, it can be a challenge to enter a party and be ambushed by hundreds of new faces," says Driver. "But don't abandon this awesome opportunity to meet new people!"

Before you throw on your tux or your LBD (Little Black Dress), NBC's Today Show will reveal:

  •     Where to stand to appear approachable;
  •     Body language cues that you must avoid (at all costs);
  •     How to swoop in & save someone who needs social rescuing;
  •     And… the most effective pick up line for New Year's Eve!

According to Driver, the first step in becoming a New Year's Eve socializing survivor is realizing just how important body language is: 65 to 90 percent of every conversation is interpreted through body language. Mastering the art of reading people is not only essential in forming new relationships, but also in creating lasting impressions. "With the right observations, approach and preparation anyone can become a skilled at listening with their eyes," explains Driver. "Great New Year's Eve socializing survivors are made, not born."

So, before you dive into meeting people this New Year's Eve, be sure to take a personal inventory on what your body language is saying to others, explains Driver. Then survey the scene for positive body language cues and target people who seem approachable or need to be rescued. Finally, when you are ready to make your move, don't overthink it, just smile and introduce yourself!

Janine Driver is a nationally-renowned body language expert and certified life coach based in the Washington, DC area. Janine's body language classes are proven to help people like you become more successful in their personal and professional lives. For more information contact Public Relations Director Leif Larson at 202/271-0922 or visit http://www.lyintamer.com.

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