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How to Read a Client from Across the Room: Win More Business with the Proven Character Code System to Decode Verbal and Nonverbal Communication by Brandy Mychals

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THREEThe Class PresidentCharacter Code

Actions Speak Louder Than Words

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I NAMED THIS FIRST Character Code the Class President to help you get a vision in your head of someone who is successful and who appears thoughtfully pulled together—perhaps even buttoned-down—always a professional, constantly driven. A leader.

All these characteristics suggest that Class Presidents have an inner desire to show up, to always strive to do things to the best of their ability. They want to do things “right.” This trait may have come from being taught as a child that there is a specific right way to perform a task. Speaking of which, Class Presidents are very task ...

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