Confidence is the most powerful tool for persuasion you possess. People tend to be more attracted to those who are confident and more likely to agree with them or want to do what they ask. But there’s a problem. From time to time everybody gets butterflies. Your palms start to sweat, your breathing becomes […]
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Body Language Over The Telephone?
By Christopher Carter on February 28, 2013 in Body Language, Featured Posts, Impression Management, Interviewing Skills, Positive Thinking
My favorite part of any speaking event is when I take questions from the audience. This is where I find out what people really want to know about communication. At one of my recent Student Body Language presentations a woman asked, “Can body language help me when I’m doing a job interview over the phone?” […]
By Christopher Carter on May 28, 2012 in Personal Reflections, Positive Thinking
A little over a month ago I began making some changes in the way I eat an exercise. I’ve long been interested in fitness, but the challenges of being on the road made things difficult. When most of the food you have to choose from is fast food, and the schedule seldom allows for long […]