Category Archives: Body Language

Monkeys Are Cute But They Bite

By Featured Speaker Ric Morgan Every one of us has one or two, or a bunch of monkeys on our backs that represent nagging problems we personally have with life. They are difficult things for us to deal with, usually … Continue reading

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The Power of Gestures

55 percent of communication is visual. Think about that. People are getting more of your message from your eye contact and body language, than they are your words. So your gestures are very important in public speaking. Your gestures can … Continue reading

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Color in Public Speaking Does Not Refer to What You Are Wearing

By Featured Speaker Nancy Daniels One of the requirements for dynamic speaking, whether it is at the lectern or just in normal conversation, is to be expressive when you talk. This is known as color and refers to your vocal … Continue reading

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The Power of Silence

When I was studying belly dance, one of the things I learned was the power of stillness … those moments in a dance where you hold a pose, are still and not moving. It is those moments of stillness that … Continue reading

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