Public Speaking

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Do you think that we can have to ability to manipulate and control our non-verbal messages?

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    Yes.

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    Sunday morning, watch any TV preacher for 10 min. Turn the volume down to zero, so you have to watch body language.

    That is a good example of what you are asking.

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