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Laying out simple methods that are easy to use and remember, this helpful guide offers a proven approach based on the author's years of research and practice. You'll get an array of techniques you can use in a variety of situations, allowing you to communicate with more clarity, inspiration, and influence.
What Your Body Says enables you to:
Become aware of the signals you are sending—intentionally and unintentionally—and their effects
Understand and use gestures to convey intention, relationships, information, influence, and expectations
Understand and use your gestures, eyes, tone of voice, and other nonverbals
Combine the different tools into a new, highly effective communication style
True communication goes beyond words, and great communicators use every tool they have to deliver their message. What Your Body Says will get you to the next level in your business and personal communication style. Apply the concepts in this powerful guide, and the results—stronger relationships, influential leadership, and enthusiastic responses—will start coming in loud and clear!
"The simple techniques presented in this powerful book give you the tools to express your own authentic self and achieve any dream."—MARCIA WIEDER, CEO and founder, Dream University
"As a person who has devoted his life to communication, I stand in awe of Sharon Sayler's brilliant book, What Your Body Says. It reveals essential truths in a very readable way and anyone who reads it will be able to capitalize upon the enlightenment she offers in better understanding and communicating any kinds of messages." —JAY CONRAD LEVINSON, the Father of Guerrilla Marketing, author, Guerrilla Marketing book series
"What Your Body Says gives you the power to nonverbally express your own authentic and confident self."—LORRIE MORGAN-FERRERO, www.redhotcopy.com
"What Your Body Says is all about integrity—aligning your speech and your actions. Having written two books on integrity, I'm delighted to see such careful attention given to this crucial part of communication."—SHEL HOROWITZ, coauthor, Guerrilla Marketing Goes Green, www.guerrillamarketinggoesgreen.com
"What Your Body Says gives you the tools you need to revolutionize your communication. Knowing what nonverbals support your message is truly a dream come true. Sharon Sayler brings together simple, yet very useful, strategies. This practical book will change the way you view communication."—DAVID RIKLAN, founder, SelfGrowth.com
It is a book you will return to time and time again.
What she offers us is a way of being more proactive communicators that will hopefully lead us to being more successful in reaching both our work and social goals.
Sharon Sayler's What Your Body Says - and how to master the message is a book everyone should read.
Sharon Sayler does a terrific job of revealing important aspects of communication that are often overlooked. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Marilyn Suttle
Sharon Sayler's book is a great guide for anyone who wants to make a more powerful impact. Whether you're a speaker, a business owner, or just someone who wants to get your point... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Jacquelyn B. Fletcher
"Wow! If you're the kind of person who has always wanted to express yourself more authentically, this is the book for you. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Terri Levine
Sharon has a way of literally de-mystifying the signs of the body. This book is a must for any entrepreneur, because if you can read what someone's body is saying, then you can... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Anastasia Netri
Sharon Sayler's What Your Body Says - and how to master the message is a book everyone should read. As a professional speaker it was an important book for me to have because i... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Tracy Repchuk
Sharon Saylor is a wonderful engaging author. Very much enjoyed the wonderful distinctions that have helped me so much in business.Published 21 months ago by Teresa De Grosbois
This is a decent book in terms of pointing out body language. It just seems very limited in scope to me. Read morePublished on December 31, 2010 by K. Chidester