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“Language shapes the way we think,
and determines what we can think
Body language comes in clusters of signals
and postures, depending on the internal
emotions and mental states.
Good communication is the foundation
of successful relationships, both
personally and professionally. But we
communicate with much more than
Nonverbal communication, or body
language, includes our facial
expressions, gestures, eye contact,
posture, and even the tone of our voice.
Non verbal communication
Power of body language
When we interact with others, we continuously give
and receive countless wordless signals. All of our
nonverbal behaviors—the gestures we make, the
way we sit, how fast or how loud we talk, how close
we stand, how much eye contact we make—send
The way you listen, look, move, and react tell the
other person whether or not you care and how well
you’re listening. The nonverbal signals you send
either produce a sense of interest, trust, and desire
for connection—or they generate disinterest,
distrust, and confusion.
Body Language play five roles
Repetition: they can repeat the message the person is
Contradiction: they can contradict a message the
individual is trying to convey .
Substitution: they can substitute for a verbal message.
For example, a person's eyes can often convey a far more
vivid message than words.
Complementing: they may add to or complement a
verbal message. A boss who pats a person on the back in
addition to giving praise can increase the impact of the
Accenting: they may accent or underline a verbal
message. Pounding the table, for example, can underline
Why we need body language ?????
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