Arming the Body – What the Arms Communicate when a Person is Silent.

Seven to ten seconds. That is all it can take to create a lasting impression. Now, that does not mean it is all over, and you cannot rectify things. However, it is important to keep that in mind when factoring in body language. Whether you are in public speaking, social interactions or in another typeContinue reading “Arming the Body – What the Arms Communicate when a Person is Silent.”

Head Tilt, Muscle Tightening and Shrugging Shoulders – Silent Communicators.

We communicate in three main ways with our head and neck – head tilt, muscle tightening, and touching the area of our head and neck.  Tilting the Head Most people will tilt their head to the side when they are curious about something. It is rare for a person to tilt their head if theyContinue reading “Head Tilt, Muscle Tightening and Shrugging Shoulders – Silent Communicators.”