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5. Keep Your Eyes On The Prize

When you’re reading a room, you’re not looking to be a perpetual observer. The goal is to observe and then engage. It’s more about slowing down your pace, assessing and eventually responding, not with mirroring but calibration.

If the tone is sad, you don’t have to become sad. You just don’t have to tell jokes or talk business.


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Generalist | Ambivert We are forever learning. One step at a time.

Reading the room is about seeing and hearing what’s both spoken and unspoken. And it’s a skill well worth mastering.

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