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Skill Learning Activities -- Self-Presentation Audit The Self-Presentation Audit allows you to analyze the image you project, using the dimensions you have studied in Chapter 5. These include clothing and personal grooming, poise, touch, and use of time. Once you have completed the audit, review how you have described yourself with respect to each of the self-presentation dimensions. Then, write a short essay in which you describe how you present yourself, evaluate how satisfied you are with this image, and list what, if any, adjustments to your self-presentation you would like to make so that your self-presentation matches the image you are trying to project. Self-Presentation Audit 1. Body type a. What is your body type..e.g stocky, slim, athletic, heavy, skinny etc.. b. How does your body type affect your communication with others? c. Given your body type, are you in “good shape”? d. Does your body type seem to affect how others react to you? I have a skinny body type. My body type gives a lazy affect, because I tend to slouch when I talk sometimes. I think I am not and good shape and I should be or look healthier. Yes, my body type affects how other react to me. 2. Clothing and personal grooming a. Take a tour of your closet and drawers. Describe your dominant clothing style. b. Why do you choose to dress as you do? c. What does your style of dress communicate to those who see you? d. Is this consistent with the image you wish to project? e. To what extent do the clothes you own permit you to alter your image? f. Are there certain types of clothing I have a casual dominant clothing style. I have mostly full sleeves, chiffon blouses and many jeans.
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