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Day 199: Bird of Prey

When you are quite small with fluffy grey and white feathers, it is easy for the ones without feathers to mistake you for a softie.

“Oooooooh,” they coo. “Look at that BABY! So CUTE!”

This can be an excellent time to set the record straight by displaying your inner “bird of prey.”

Direct eye contact and a slightly open beak can convey fierceness.
Direct eye contact and a slightly open beak can convey your “bird of prey” fierceness.
Since birds of prey are very confidence, adopting an air of nonchalance is essential.
Since birds of prey are also very confident, adopting an air of nonchalance is essential to accurately represent your true nature.
Feigning a nap - common while birds of prey are still digesting their victims - is another great nonverbal communication tool.
Feigning a nap – common while birds of prey are still digesting their victims – is another great nonverbal communication tool.
And if you happen to actually fall asleep while you are feigning, this will only enhance your clear position at the top of the food chain.
And if you happen to actually fall asleep while you are feigning, this will only enhance your fierce and confident reputation.

Author: Shannon Cutts
Co-Author: Pearl Cutts

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