Posts Tagged ‘Body Language’

Reid Walley leading Public Speaking & Confidence Workshop with Resident at UC Davis Chapter Association of Women Surgeons. UC Davis Comprehensive Cancer Center, Sacramento, CA. Aug 2, 2018. Photo by Dr Amanda Kirane.

Confidence Workshop – UC Davis Chapter Association of Women Surgeons

A big thanks to Dr. Amanda Kirane for inviting me to present a hands-on bootcamp-style Public Speaking & Confidence Workshop for her UC Davis General Surgery Residents at their UC Davis Chapter’s Association of Women Surgeons (AWS) meeting. Location: UC Davis Comprehensive Cancer Center, Sacramento, CA. Date: Aug 2, 2018.

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What The Hell Does “Fake It ‘Til You Make It” Mean, Anyway?

You take action – even when you’re not ready! You take action – even when you’re scared shitless! You take action – even when you do NOT have all of your ducks in a row! You take action – even when you’re not sure of the outcome! “Fake It ‘Til You Make It” is facing…

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Body Language Tip – Arm Position

While standing in front of the Be Yourself On Stage workshop audience, Jennifer told me she felt very awkward with her arms in a neutral position – casually down by her sides. Then I turned to the audience and asked, “How does she look?” Everyone in the audience said, “She looks normal.” What’s awkward for you comes across…

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The Body Language Of A Genius

Watch Glenn Gould’s body language when he’s playing piano: he throws his hands up in the air he sways his head to-and-fro he looks like he’s muttering to himself he looks weird And he’s brilliant! I’m sure some people think he’s overly dramatic, even cartoonish, but Gould is smart enough – and self-aware enough –…

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Self Confidence for Introverts in Politics with ESL

This is a very specific use-case in building self confidence for introverts who are non-native English speakers (ESL), who are getting their education and experience in politics in the United States. Initial requests focused on building confidence speaking in front of groups and co-workers, staff meetings, classroom settings and on the phone. Self confidence when dealing with…

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