Congratulations, you have done it, you have now passed this body language, oh, something's wrong with that. Now, that's not how you're ever going to come across. Because you actually do know what it takes to come across well with your body language in the workplace. The number one thing is you've got to be comfortable in your own skin, and you've got to exude that to all the people around you. The way to do that, to move to just sound conversational, to just sound relaxed, have your hands, your body, your face, and to focus on doing things to help people you work with. If they feel like you're coming to them, try to help them and you're not focused on how you look and how your body language is to actually form a very positive impression of your body language of your competence of your intelligence.
So I want to wish you luck with all of your workplace Communication, all of your workplace experiences and your career. I hope this course has given you not just the confidence but the actual practical, how to tips how to practice on video, how to use a cheat sheet, how to do the things to enable you to come across with comfortable, relaxed, authoritative body language in your style. Good luck.