Are you guilty of the ‘sins’ of nervous body language while speaking?
You’re missing something in your ability to advocate an idea powerfully, and you feel it as much as your audience. That’s because when you speak on stage, your posture, stance, position, gestures, facial expressions, and the emphasis you create through physical expression, all depend upon your body and how you use it. Your topics will only come alive when you embody them physically. And audiences will be engaged and moved by what they see!
Here are 10 signs that you may be exhausting rather than energizing your listeners.
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