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In this episode of the podcast Mark Bowden talks about the power of body language, and how non-verbal communication can be utilized for influence, persuasion and changing human behavior. 

  • Dealing with the stigmas that come with dyslexia

  • Lessons from the world of visual and physical theater

  • Using body language to change the feelings of an audience

  • Why everything is learnable and teachable 

  • Using your own body language to influence and persuade other people 

  • The amazing impact of how body language changes the way we communicate

  • Getting a result for us vs a result for me 

  • How gesture planes radically change our communication 

  • The body language a of person who is calm and assertive

Mark Bowden is a body language and behavior expert and the creator of TRUTHPLANE®, a communication training company and unique methodology for anyone who has to communicate with impact. With a reputation as one of the world’s foremost authorities on nonverbal communication, Mark travels all over the world to train groups and give keynote speeches. His clients include leading businesspeople, teams, and politicians, presidents and CEOs of Fortune 500 companies and current Prime Ministers of G8 powers. You can follow him on twitter @truthplane


Originally aired over 1 year ago.


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