Winning Body Language: Control the Conversation, Command Attention, and Convey the Right Message without Saying a Word Paperback – Apr 7 2010
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Mark Bowden is a noted body language expert and creator of TruthPlane, a communication and presentation training program used by Fortune 50 companies and CEO s throughout the world. Visit www.truthplane.com
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So at least it presented some new and interesting concepts. However, if you just want the basics google search a free online book called Body Language Project: The Only Book On Body Language That Everybody Needs To Read. It's better than the Definitive Book of Body Language and it's 100% free. Once you know where to look, you can find just about any subject free on the web!
I'm not quite finished this book yet, but got inspired to write a review anyways. I started reading it on a plane, and although I got some weird looks from people when I practiced some of the moves in the aisle (TruthPlane, PassionPlane, in-breathing, ...), I could immediately see how these can work so well. Can't wait to get through the remaining chapters!
I'm a speaker and public speaking trainer in Ottawa and I so much I appreciated this book!
I have always struggled with some of the things that other trainers teach people (and my trainers taught me) to do when speaking, such as placing the arms by their sides, and now I know why.
This book validated allot of the things that I have been teaching my own clients which I know are against the grain of most other trainers, but I just felt that they were right the way I was teaching them by the way
they felt. This book validated and explained them all!
In addition, I should also note that I learned so much from this book for my own speaking that it will surely enhance my speaking career.
My wife, Sharon, and I speak about our experiences with her severe depression and how we managed to save her life and our marriage. What I learned from this book will help us to be more effective in helping other people understand mental illness and overcome the stigma that's so often associated with it.
This is an excellent book!
I highly recommend it!Winning Body Language: Control the Conversation, Command Attention, and Convey the Right Message without Saying a Word
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This Mark Bowden is THE authority on this subject. Solid book. Probably could have been 20% shorter so it's a quicker read.Published 8 months ago by Quentin N Stossel
A great book, and an eye opener for various aspects of presentations and communication.Published 8 months ago by Alexander
Amazing simple to enact but Mark has got me communicating at a level I only dreamed of before this book!Published 13 months ago by Kevin Gartner
Valuable, clear and enjoyable to read. What more could ask for? As a performance improvement specialist who has work with influential communication for over 20 years, I still found... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Learning Specialist
I have to admit I am only about half way through but all I have learned is to keep my hands above my waste line. A lot of BS and no real substance.Published on May 23 2014 by Calvin Buckler
Informative & mildly engaging on a boring topic. The author often relates back to a lot of yoga practices, theories etc. Maybe just buy a book on yoga..... Read morePublished on Feb. 13 2014 by Happy70667
A great read to learn about human nature and how small modifications to our current behaviour can have big payoffs. Read morePublished on Dec 21 2012 by K. Tingley
The author writes in such an easy and entertaining way, it is hard to put the book down. Not only does he explain the how, but also the why of everything he writes. Read morePublished on March 27 2011 by Zee
They say that people would rather die than speak publicly. Perhaps it is because no one ever taught us how to do it effectively, leading to much shuffling of feet and body language... Read morePublished on Nov. 10 2010 by Albert Luk