Thursday, April 16, 2009


Your body language, nonverbal cues, tells a lot about how you perform at work, and on stage as a public speaker. Research suggests that nonverbal cues are more important than verbal ones. I came across one study that said "body language comprises 55% of the force of any response, whereas the verbal content only provides 7% and your intonation (pauses and sighs given when answering or speaking) represents 38% of your emphasis."

The Coach asks . .. Want to practice your body language? Use a mirror or get a friend to take video footage of your presentation.

Need some help? Work with a speaker coach . . . like me! Email me at

(C) 2009



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