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From: The Daily Mail

Why having sweaty palms before that big job interview could actually work in your favour

The Daily Mail:

The age-old advice to ‘just relax’ before giving a speech or taking an exam may not hold true, research suggests.

A study found that signs traditionally interpreted as nervousness – such as sweaty palms and a racing heart – may actually increase your negotiating power.

In those who enjoy negotiating, it can be a sign of being ‘revved up’ for a challenge and improve your skills, say the team from America’s Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).

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