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Image is Everything: The Secrets of Body Language

Image is Everything: The Secrets of Body Language
Share this infographic on your site! <a href=” src=” alt=”Body Language” width=”500″ border=”0″ /></a><br />Source: <a href=” Image is Everything: The Secrets of Body Language At work, at home, at play, famous, or infamous, your body language tells the world all about you. How We Communicate: 93% of what we communicate is non-verbal Gestures 55% Voice 38% Words 7% A majority of what we communicate is through gestures and how we physically position our bodies. The Face: 7 Universal Expressions: Happiness Sadness Anger Fear Surprise Contempt Disgust There are over 3000 emotional expressions that we react to… And over 10,000 that we register. The Body: Open your body to face your audience. Sit up straight. (= in control of your emotions) vs. Crossing legs presents a “closed” view of yourself. For Poise: Crossing your legs at the ankle is the equivalent of folding your hands in your lap. Be Straightforward How you can tell if someone is being genuine: Gesture before you verbalize. Nixon: 1.)

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