JULY 2017 TOPIC OF THE MONTH

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Body language might be nonverbal, but it communicates volumes about you and the people that you are connecting with in your social life and business. Body language can be your key to great success because when it comes to business it isn't just what you say but how you say it. Check out the following articles and our chapter meetings for topics on body language for basics.

THE 11 WORST BODY LANGUAGE MISTAKES PROFESSIONALS MAKE

Your body language determines how people perceive you.  When dealing with the business world, it's especially important that you're aware of your body language. This article will give you the 11 common language mistakes  professionals make.

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THE IMPORTANCE OF BODY LANGUAGE IN BUSINESS CONTACT

Whether it is a colleague on the other end of the desk, or you have to present to a room full of relations, human interaction is crucial. This article will give you an insight on how body language plays an important role in this human contact.

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18 WAYS TO SEND THE RIGHT MESSAGE WITH BODY LANGUAGE

Research shows that 60 to 90 percent of our communication with others is nonverbal, which mean the body language we use is extremely important. Why? Because within the first few minutes of meeting someone, we are already making decisions about them. This article will give you 18 ways you can use your body language that will set you up for success every time.

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TEDX TORONTO WITH MARK BOWDEN

Within seconds of Mark Bowden walking on stage to close out the day’s Talks, he announced to the audience that they had already decided whether he was “friend or foe”. In his Talk, Mark argues that whether we’re aware of it or not, this kind of judgment is a direct result of the instantaneous evaluations of our primitive brains.

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EDEN GILLOTT
OWE

“In strategic communications, you're focused on influencing how situations are perceived through how you frame and word your message. Your body language is part of the equation. Think about how your posture, arms, hands, and facial expressional are perceived. If you're not sure, practice delivering your message in front of a mirror. Ask yourself, 'If I was on the receiving end of this, how would I feel?'"

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IVAN
ESTRADA

"As a realtor, first impressions are everything. People decide within moments of meeting me if they are comfortable trusting me with the biggest financial transaction of their lives. Exuding confidence and trustworthiness in my body language is paramount to my business and building relationships with my clients."

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ROXANA
VERANO

"As a litigator, I generally pay careful attention to a witness; non-verbal communication during a deposition. Often I learn more about the witness from his/her body language and demeanor than from the witness’ verbal statements. Body language is therefore critical to a proper assessment of the witness."

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