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Tips on how to talk with physique language and nonverbal cues

Tips on how to talk with physique language and nonverbal cues

Dan Klein

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This article was co-authored by Dan Klein and wikiHow Staff Writer Hannah Madden. Dan Klein is an improvisation expert and coach who teaches at the Stanford University Department of Theater and Performance Studies as well as at Stanford’s Graduate School of Business. Dan has been teaching improvisation, creativity and storytelling to students and organizations around the world for over 20 years. Dan earned his BA from Stanford University in 1991. This article has been viewed 1,451,470 times.

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To communicate with body language, try using hand gestures during conversations or presentations to show confidence. You should keep your posture relaxed and avoid crossing your arms, which can make you appear defensive. Also, look people in the eye, but don’t blink and look away every once in a while so you don’t look intimidated. If you want someone to feel more connected to you, subtly mirror their gestures and body positions, which will help build rapport and trust. For tips on how to read other people’s facial expressions, keep reading!

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