Oct 6, 2021
Have you wondered why conversations end a little too quickly, and people seem to walk away before you're finished speaking?
It’s estimated that up to 80% of our communications are non-verbal. So, understanding body language enables better self-awareness and self-control too, for you and your conversation partner(s).
The better we understand non-verbals, the better able we are to refine and improve what our body says about us, which generates a positive improvement in the way we feel, the way we perform, and what we achieve.
Body language allows us to understand more about our own and other people's feelings and meanings, and that can make all the difference in the world when we feel as though we’re not being heard, the feeling we’ve been overlooked, or that we’ve been slighted.
Our reactions to other people's movements and expressions and their reactions to ours contributes greatly to our mutual understanding, both consciously and unconsciously.