By Chanda Temple
Earlier this year, I met a man running for public offie. I don’t remember his name nor the office he wanted. What I do remember is his handshake. It was clammy and sweaty.
After shaking hands, I couldn’t wait to wipe my hand. It was left kinda wet.
As I walked away, I wondered if the man knew what his handshake said about him. He may have been the best man for the job, but all I could focus on was that handshake.
Though it may seem small, a handshake is a big thing in politics and business.