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Finessing How You Communicate

Part 6 Order and download this entire eight-part audio program. (…continued from last week) Pay Attention to The Signals We have to be conscious, it’s really imperative that we pay close attention to the nonverbal signals given by the other person’s body language. This shows you whether or not you are in sync. When you […]

Posted: May 24th, 2017 under Audio Programs.
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Controlling Your Mental Stream — Focus on the Positive

You become much more attractive to good stuff, and tend to repel the bad stuff. Your relationships work more effectively, and overall you feel more on top of your game. When in this state, you are planting the seeds of abundance. People don’t put enough faith into what they are able to accomplish with their […]

Posted: April 17th, 2013 under Tips for Success.
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Your Brain Is Showing — Get a Handle on Your Thinking

Have you ever heard the phrase, “It’s written all over your face?” It’s an old and well used cliché—which happens to be very true. We often think we can think or act a certain way and no one will know that we are feeling otherwise. There are many award winning actors out there who can […]

Posted: April 10th, 2013 under Tips for Success.
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Nonverbal Communication Effectiveness

Are there people in your life whose company you greatly enjoy? They are easy to be around? Conversation with them just flows and is mutually satisfying to both of you? There are many things you can do to make that happen with just about anyone. The most important thing you can do is monitor your […]

Posted: July 11th, 2012 under Tips for Success.
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Confidence Shows in Your Breathing Pattern

When a person is confident they tend to breathe slower and deeper. They are what are called belly breathers – bigger, deeper, slower breaths. It gives the appearance of calm confidence. When someone is nervous, they usually breathe shallower and rapidly – fast, short, shallow breaths. This rapid breathing pattern is an automatic signal in […]

Posted: May 2nd, 2012 under Tips for Success.
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