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Do You Know What Language You're Speaking?

Have you ever thought about what you're saying - with your body? Communication is a combination of verbal and non-verbal cues. Whether you're chatting one-on-one or speaking to a crowd of a thousand, people take messages in as the sum of our words, our gestures and the ways we communicate them. It's easy to see why it is super important to be aware of what you convey, and how your body language can influence the outcome of a situation.
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