All too often, I see clients make excellent progress during our sessions, only to find that their new-found speech and communication skills don’t carry over into their day-to-day life. This is because, like any other skill set, speech and communication must be practiced regularly to be fully learned. Without practice, your brain and body don’t […]
Often people are so focused on what it is they’re saying that they lose sight of the fact that the way they move and hold themselves can communicate just as much as their words. Your listener is able to gain a great deal of information simply by observing the way that you move, gesture, and […]
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Last week, we discussed how your intonation can affect how people perceive you and how they receive your message. In this post, we will continue our discussion on non-verbal skills and focus on how your rate of speech can positively or negatively affect your communication. Many people, when nervous or excited, tend to speak too […]
In a recent blog posting, we mentioned that non-verbal activity is said to account for up to 93% of communication. Since non-verbal skills play such a huge role in how your message is received, this week’s blog will focus on developing these skills to make the most out of your communication. One important factor in […]