Are your Listeners Guessing How Influential You Are?

From a recent Fox 32 Chicago live interview, you can learn immediate and practical how-to’s that will help you make sure your body language is consistent with your message.


Key Takeaways You Can Apply Immediately:

  • Communicate with brevity by saying less with more;
  • To build trust, only speak when you see eyes;
  • Gesture with purpose.


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