Danesh strolled into the weekly staff meeting 10 minutes late. He appeared to have dressed in a hurry: his hair and beard weren't combed, and his shirt wasn't buttoned properly. He flopped into a chair and started eating a donut and gulping down some coffee. As the meeting continued, his supervisor noticed Danesh yawning, doodling, and not looking up when others were speaking. When his supervisor had to repeat a question to him, Danesh noticed she was frowning, and using a clipped manner. He could tell from his co-workers body language that they were also annoyed. He thought about what his own body language might be projecting to them. He realized he better pay attention to his own non-verbal cues in the future.