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Believe it or not but some of the most successful businesses in the world were started by young people. Students at Harvard famously imagined Facebook, Google was founded at Stanford and Bill Gates planned Microsoft in his dormitory room.
Age should not be a limit when it comes to starting a new business, but how can you succeed in this world as a young entrepreneur? Fast Trak, Inc. has some top tips if you’re beginning to work for yourself with big ideas.
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Are you left handed?
Scientists aren’t exactly sure why some people are left-handed, but they know that genes are responsible about 25 percent of the time, says Yeo. Left-handedness does tend to run in families, he says, “but noticeably less than other inherited traits, like height or intelligence .
The worst body language mistake you can make has to do with your eyes
Written By: Aine Cain
When it comes to body language, there are plenty of serious mistakes you can make.
It’s hard to tell which slip up is the worst of the bunch, as they all can really warp how others view you.
Her pick: Bad eye contact.
She says making no eye contact can send the wrong message — but so can holding too strong of a gaze.
A lack of any eye contact may tell the person you’re speaking to that you’re not confident, you’re not being honest, or you’re not interested in what they are saying. But staring or looking directly into a person’s eyes for too long “can be rude and make the other person feel uncomfortable,” Glass explains.
Finding the right balance is key — and failing to do so is the worst body language mistake you can make.
To avoid sending the wrong message or creeping anyone out, Glass suggests varying your stare.
This means moving your gaze from the person’s forehead, to their eyes, to their nose, to their mouth — while occasionally looking away.
“Doing this softens the gaze and makes you more approachable,” Glass says. And that should always be your goal, especially when you’re meeting someone for the very first time.