The ‘Heart Hello’ avoids the confusion, awkwardness, and germ transfer we experience when greeting others. We learned the traditional handshake from our parents and their parents taught them to do it too. Its origins are in Roman Military greetings 2000 years ago, and while handshaking is traditionally comfortable for Westerners and Europeans it can now also be lethal because of germ transfer. The handshake’s purpose is to make people feel relaxed and welcomed. Many people, however, are apprehensive about handshaking or may completely reject it.
Suggestions of elbow-touching, fist-bumping or foot tapping still involve the transfer of germs; are generally unpopular with women and can look like a bad version of River Dancing.
We recommend the use of a powerful body language greeting which can be used universally, is germ free, but still makes people feel welcome, accepted, and connected. And this video shows you how.
It’s called the HEART-HELLO. The HEART-HELLO achieves several things – first, it makes the other person feel welcome and accepted. Second, it maintains physical distancing and it’s germ free. And third, it allows you to read the other person’s full body language signals.
The HEART-HELLO will give you the confidence you need in meeting new people and will remove the fear and uncertainly that people currently feel.