Tag Archives: gestures and voice tone

Are You Paying Attention to the Background Frequency from which you Engage Others?

Self-expression always comes with the signature of the person speaking and communicating. It’s very much like signing our name to a contract. To a large extent it also contains the spirit, personality and passion of the person expressing. The impact … Continue reading

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The Hidden Language of the Breath by Eric Stone

The Hidden Language of the Breath An essay in intuitive awareness and direct experience Eric Stone © July 16, 2013 Stress and dissatisfaction possibly represent the deepest ancestral binary pattern that undermines human health, spirit and the possibility of fulfillment … Continue reading

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How to Create Credible & Powerful First Impressions! By Eric Stone

The subject of credibility is at the heart of the matter of both successful presentations and effective communications. Something is credible to the degree that it is worthy of belief. Hence, credibility can generate the possibility of reliability on the speaker, the information presented and the style of delivery. Put simply, we cannot trust something we have not found credible. Continue reading

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THE TRANSFORMATIVE POWER OF BELONGING

There’s nothing more relaxing, inspiring and attractive than a speaker who absolutely belongs in front of his or her audience. To belong is to match, to harmonize and to be a fully integrated part of the whole. Planting solidly in … Continue reading

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