Use Your Head When It Comes to Your Feet Contents • What’s at Stake • What’s the Danger • How to Protect Yourself • How to Think on Your Feet • Idioms • Conclusion What’s at Stake • Your feet and toes may be at the opposite end from your head, but you still need to use your brain when it comes to which type of shoes you wear in the winter. What’s the Danger How to Protect Yourself How to Protect Yourself How to Protect Yourself How to Think on Your Feet Then when you do find yourself faced with unexpected questions, you'll be ready to answer them. Here are some tips and tactics to help you do this: • 1. Relax • 2. Listen • 3. Have the Question Repeated • 4. Use Stall Tactics • 5. Use Silence to Your Advantage • 6. Stick to One Point • 7. Prepare Some "What Ifs" • 8. Practice Clear Delivery • 9. Summarize and Stop Idioms Feet and legs • Put your foot in it = say or do something you shouldn’t • Have itchy feet = not able to settle down in one place • Keep someone on their toes = keep someone alert • Stand on your own two feet = be independent • Have two left feet = be awkward or clumsy • Walk on eggshells = be careful about what you say or do • Foot the bill = pay the bill Conclusion • Your comfort and safety should be top of mind when it comes to choosing winter footwear.