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1. 5 aspects in “how we say something”

2. 7 tricks to use your hands while talking

3. 3 types of eye contacts and secret type for best impression

4. 4 critical aspects of body language

5. How to improve your body language with 4 techniques


Welcome! Your communication starts even if you have not uttered a single word from your mouth because your body is already sending signals to your listeners. In addition to your verbal communication, the nonverbal aspect (tone, energy, ups & downs, emphasis on words, speed & volume) is also very important. With the help of this course, you will learn to interpret the body language of people around you and perfect your own non-verbal communication. In this course, I am giving you ways to use your hands, eyes and entire body. I want to teach these methods to you so you can get others to see you as the confident, powerful person that you are. I encourage you to enroll in this course.


9 Lessons 00:54:56

  Lesson- 1: Is body language important? yes you bet! 00:04:27

  Lesson- 2: Master these 2 aspects - how do you say something and body language 00:06:01

  Lesson- 1: Wonder what is a gesture? 5 benefits of using gestures 00:06:18

  Lesson- 2: Next 3 parts of body language - posture expression flow 00:03:41

  Lesson- 3: Body language improvement - 4 techniques 00:09:10

  Lesson- 4: 7 tricks to use your hand gestures 00:07:10

  Lesson- 5: 3 types of eye contacts and secret to impress listeners 00:05:52

  Lesson- 6: What to avoid when making a presentation 00:04:47

  Lesson- 1: Bonus: 3 Critical aspects of effective communication and 5 habits to develop verbal communication. 00:07:30


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M.R.P.: 700.00
ISC Price: 335
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