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Communication Skills Training: Learn To Powerfully Attract, Influence & Connect, by Improving Your Communication Skills (Communication skills in workplace, ... Influence people, How to influence)

What makes someone a great speaker? Why do some people communicate effectively and others don’t? Can you actually develop this attribute as you would a skill?

If you’re trying to wrap your head around this subject, Communication Skills Training: Learn To Powerfully Attract, Influence & Connect by Improving Your Communication Skills can help you make sense of it all. You’ll learn how to separate communication skills myth from fact. This book helps you develop both verbal and nonverbal skills, so that you'll never fear social interactions and conversations again!

What can you do to train yourself into a badass speaker? How can you get the kind of responses you want from people?

With Communication Skills Training, you will learn to:

Spark a conversation and keep it FLOWING in any direction you want...

Build a heart-pounding emotional connection by triggering DEEP rapport...

Be completely FREE, UNCHAINED and UNLEASHED in your thoughts, words and actions!
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Have you ever experienced the frustration of frequently not being able to communicate clearly with people? You know, you say something and people understand it differently? Do you also find it frustrating that you can’t seem to connect with people, influence them or draw them to you? If so, then you may be suffering from very poor interpersonal communication skills.

The ability to make people get what you’re really saying can either help you succeed or fail in attracting, influencing or connecting with people. That’s why interpersonal communication skills are critical for personal success. That’s also the reason why I wrote this book: I want to help you unleash your inner badass alpha male, just like I did with many other men.

In this book, I’ll show you the two ways people communicate and how to use them well. But before that, I’ll discuss one very important ingredient that is critical for your interpersonal communications success, without which all the success from techniques won’t succeed in the long term. By having the right foundations for masterfully employing the two kinds of interpersonal communications, you’ll enjoy success much faster and for long!

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“Take advantage of every opportunity to practice your communication skills so that when important occasions arise, you will have the gift, the style, the sharpness, the clarity and the emotions to affect other people.” – Jim Rohn

Communication skills are those that we use to effectively make others know how we are feeling and what do we need and want. It’s also the skill set that we use to make others know that we know how they feel, what they need and what they want. Communication skills are critical for personal success for the simple reason that without other people’s help, we won’t be successful at achieving our goals and people won’t be able to help us if they don’t know how they can help us and if we aren’t able to convince them to help us.

So how can you tell if your communication skills need improvement? First, I suppose you already acknowledge that you do as you are reading this book. But if you still don’t know if you need improvement in this area, there are several ways for you to find out.

One way of assessing if you need to improve your communication skills is by thinking of several personal interactions where things didn’t go as planned or desired. Think about why it didn’t go as well as you had hoped it would and see if it was because of miscommunication or the way things were said.

Another way, which I find to be the most objective and easiest is simply to ask the people closest to you that you trust to give objective feedback. Ask them if you’re able to say things clearly, say the right things and act consistently with what you’re saying.

Say for the sake of argument that you do need to improve on your communication skills, how do you go about doing it?


One way you can improve your communication skills is knowing what it is you really want to say and why you want to say it. You’ll have a hard time saying something that you’re not sure you want to say. Knowing the reason for saying it is equally important because it helps you figure out the best words and tone of voice to use in communicating that which you really want to communicate. If you can also learn more about who you’re communicating with, you’ll increase your chances of being able to clearly communicate to that person.

One good example of why it’s also important to know your audience is public speaking engagements. Being a public speaker myself, I try to find out who my intended audience are in advance, whenever possible, so I can plan on how to best present the lessons or principles to my audience in ways they can understand. If my audience were a class of high school students, I’d do some research on current pop culture and use popular figures they’re familiar with to illustrate principles. I can’t use Tom Jones as an example to an audience of elementary students nor can I use Miley Cyrus as an example to an audience of mostly senior citizens.

Another way of improving your communication skills is considering how you’ll communicate that which you want to. One of the best communicators I’ve read of is Jesus Christ. Religious or not, you can appreciate His use of parables as a way of illustrating relatively deep spiritual truths. He already knew ahead of time that stories help people learn spiritual or moral lessons better.

But you can’t use parables to communicate a scientific finding resulting from a series of controlled experiments. For such, you’ll need more numbers than stories.

Listening is another way to communicate better. How? When you listen better, you’ll be able to know the other person or the audience better. When you do, you’ll know what to communicate and how to communicate better in ways that they’ll really understand.

Lastly, the best way to really up the ante on your communication skills is to understand that communication skills are made up of verbal and non-verbal, the importance of both and how to effectively use both to effectively communicate what you want to communicate. In the next chapter, we’ll take a more detailed look into that.


“The single biggest problem in communication is the illusion that it has taken place.” – George Bernard Shaw

When it comes to effectively communicating something to the other person or to a group of people, there are two kinds: verbal and non-verbal. Verbal communication includes all ways of communicating that require spoken or written words. The news headlines, your friends’ text messages and your ordering food over the phone for delivery are all examples of verbal communications.

Verbal communications is very important because it’s the primary way we communicate and impart knowledge. You can’t use non-verbal communication to teach complex mathematical processes, can you? I thought so. As much as verbal communications is very important, it still gets taken for granted and as such, many people fail to clearly articulate that which they’re trying to.

Verbal communications can also be a great persuasion tool and helps in deepening and creating new relationships. Without verbal communications, we won’t be able to communicate over great distances or even across time. Only words are able to transcend both time and space in passing on communications to different generations.


It’s been said that effective interpersonal communications are just 10% verbal and 90% non-verbal. Non-verbal communications can validate or invalidate what was communicated verbally. Can you imagine someone threatening to beat you to a bloody pulp if you don’t give him his money and he does so with a trembling voice, shaking hands and crouched posture? What will you believe – his words or his body language? I have a funny feeling you’ll believe the latter.

In the book Bodily Communication, author Michael Argyle enumerates five major functions of non-verbal communications:

-Expression of emotions;

-Interpersonal relationship communication;

-Verbal communications support;

-Personality reflection; and



Throughout the rest of this book, you will learn how to improve both your verbal and non-verbal communication skills through self-confidence, body language, eye contact, walking and posture. Individually improving on each of these will do you good but combining them will lead to even more significant improvements in your communication skills.

But before we go to the verbal and non-verbal communications, let’s first look at the foundation upon which effectively utilizing verbal and non-verbal communications are grounded on – confidence. Without it, you won’t be able to enjoy true and lasting success in attracting, influencing and connecting with people.


“The most beautiful thing you can wear is confidence.” – Blake Lively

People admire those who have self-confidence. Why? It’s because self-confidence allows their other admirable qualities to shine forth. Without self-confidence, those admirable qualities will be lucky to even be noticed or glimpsed at.

Those qualities include effective communication skills. If you’re not confident, no amount of communication skills training will ever suffice. You won’t be able to successfully apply them because you’ll just be too afraid to do it. Even if you tried doing it, your lack of self-confidence will only jeopardize your efforts at communicating effectively.

Effective communications start from within. It starts with your belief in yourself and in your ability to communicate well. The good news is that lack of self-confidence isn’t something you’re doomed to suffer from for the rest of your life. No my friend, it isn’t permanent. You can cultivate a strong confidence in yourself and your abilities – enough to help you become a very effective communicator.


There’s no perfect confidence in one’s self. However, there’s a level where you’re able to do many things and succeed at them, including communicating effectively. The key is to ensure you’re confident enough to do so.

So how do you know? Consider the following comparisons and see which among the alternatives are applicable to you most of the time:

-Do you do what you know is the right thing to do even if you get criticized for it (confident) or is your behavior determined by what others would think or say (not confident)?

-Are you willing to take risks and do more than what’s required to achieve your goals (confident) or would you rather minimize risk taking, avoid failure and stay within your comfort zone (not confident)?

-Do you owe up to your mistakes and learn from them (confident) or do you deny them and where possible, cover it up (not confident)?

-Can you actually wait for other people to congratulate you when you accomplish something (confident) or you’re eager to – and actually do – toot your horn to as many people as possible (not confident)?

-When complimented by other people, do you thank them for it and acknowledge the accomplishment (confident) or do you dismiss it and say that it’s nothing special or others could’ve done it too (not confident)?

Did you notice the contrasts in each of the situations? Low self-confidence usually appears as negativity at one’s self while self-confidence manifests in a positive attitude towards themselves and life in general.


Self-confidence is dependent on two important factors: self-esteem and self-efficacy. Self-efficacy refers to your ability to get things done and get them done well, especially in very important areas of life. You have to admit, even if you’re not generally confident about yourself, you often times have confidence when it comes to the things you do or know really well. As such, self-efficacy is the stronger foundation between the two to build self-confidence on. It’s already there, it’s solid proof that you are capable. Such confidence can allow you to accept bigger challenges and be resilient in the face of setbacks and disappointments.

Self-esteem is how you view yourself. Often times, self-esteem is a by-product of one’s self-efficacy or lack of it. But in many instances, it’s also a by-product of how people see the person – social proof. You can improve self-esteem through accomplishments and positive affirmations. Positive affirmations, however, can only go so far. Yes, to some extent you can speak yourself confident but if over time, those statements aren’t supported or buttressed by actual accomplishments or competencies (self-efficacy), your self-esteem will drop and continue to be low. The proof of the pudding is in the eating and in terms of self-esteem, the eating is actual accomplishments or competencies.


There are no shortcuts for long-lasting and enduring self-confidence. You have to work at it but the good news is, you can succeed at it if you but stay the course and persevere. In this case, slow and steady wins the race.

You can do this in several steps, which can be classified into 3 categories: preparation, coming out (action) and acceleration.


Remember this, badass: failing to plan is planning to fail. This is especially applicable to building up your self-confidence. Part of successful planning is preparation.

Preparing yourself for this worthwhile endeavor requires serious reflection: where are you now, where you eventually want to be, identifying destructive mindsets and committing to the task at hand.

One way to prepare is by looking back on the things you’ve already achieved. Why not list down your biggest life accomplishments on a sheet of paper such as getting married (if you are happily married though), academic honors, buying your first car, winning best employee award, bagging that account everyone in your company’s been dying to close or successfully giving a speech in a very important gathering. Look at your list at least once a day to help you gradually boost your confidence.

Another thing you can do as part of preparing for project self-confidence is something that’s normally done in the corporate world or in classroom case studies: SWOT or Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats analysis. You may or may not refer to your achievements list to reflect on your current state of affairs. You can also ask feedback from your friends as to what your key strengths and weaknesses are.

When evaluating your weaknesses in particular, don’t do so from a point of view that you absolutely need to fix it. Look at it more as an opportunity to improve and further build up your confidence later on and not an obligation or necessity. If this were not a confidence building exercise, that’d probably be the best approach but since you’re looking to build up your confidence, we’ll be more focused on what needs to be done. Same goes for opportunities and threats you’ve identified. Look at it from the perspective of strengthening your confidence and not further eroding it.

Next, consider what are the things you hold most dear and where do you really want to go, i.e., what are the personal goals you want to accomplish. When you identify what’s truly important to you, it’s easier to decide what goals to prioritize. It will also help if your goals are SMART, i.e., specific, measurable, achievable, realistic and time-bound. Why? It’s hard to know exactly if you’re successful or not it can’t be objectively judged as such. A clear example of a goal that isn’t SMART is this: I want to be filthy rich, quick! Why is this not SMART? It’s neither specific (rich can mean many things), measurable (how much money do you need to be “rich”?), achievable (it’s impossible to know if you’ve already achieved something if it isn’t specific), realistic (seriously, how else can you get filthy rich quickly if not for the lottery?) nor time-bound (how many months or years is “quick”?).

A SMARTer way of expressing this goal would be: I want to start earning an average of $1 million dollars annually within the next 10 years. It’s specific, measurable, achievable, realistic and has a time frame. The SMARTer your goals are, the higher your chances of being able to achieve them and strengthen your self-confidence even more.

Lastly, you need to commit yourself 100% in this endeavor. Anything less is unacceptable. Without a 100% commitment, you run the risk of dropping the ball in the middle, fail and erode your self-confidence even more. If you can’t commit, rather you stay where you are instead of eroding what’s left of your confidence.

Coming Out (Action)

No, I’m not referring to my gay friends but to stepping out in faith to start your journey towards building a strong self-confidence. This is where you start the ball rolling and as you do the things that need to be done and experience more and more successes, you’ll experience a growing self-confidence that will neither be easily shaken nor robbed from you.

The first thing you’ll need to do is to acquire knowledge for success. Based on your SWOT analysis during planning, you’ll be able to identify what are the things you’ll need to learn in order to successfully build up your confidence. And when acquiring such knowledge, don’t settle for just enough. If you have the time and resources, go for classes or courses that have a proven track record of quality and value for money learning. Even better if such classes or courses will give you a certificate or qualification credentials at the conclusion – something you can always look back on as a symbol of your accomplishment and something you can use to advance in your career.

Also, don’t get ahead of yourself when looking to enroll in such courses or classes by going for more advanced ones. Stick to the basics first. The important thing is to build a solid foundation upon which you can build with more advanced techniques in later classes and courses. Can you imagine building a 100-story building on shifting soil? I don’t think so.

Oh, and don’t aim for perfection. Aim for excellence instead. No one is perfect or can ever be. But excellence is something that anyone can achieve with the right amount of effort and attitude.

As you apply what you’ve learned, be careful not to fall into the trap of quickie success. What this means is avoid aiming for big goals just yet. Start with relatively small goals, which benefits you two ways. First, it gives you a higher chance of succeeding more frequently. Second, as your small but frequent victories pile up, your abilities, skills and confidence also pile up but exponentially, i.e., it grows at a much higher rate. Allow your confidence, skills and successes to grow naturally and you’ll be able to take on bigger goals and achieve them in time.


As mentioned previously, as your successes and skills pile up, your confidence and abilities grow at a faster clip than the previous one. At this point, you are starting to accelerate your success and confidence building.

A word of caution though – acceleration requires stretching of your talents, skills and even patience. It’s because as your goals become bigger and more rewarding, so will the commitment needed, skills, talents and patience be. You’ll also need to take on bigger risks and for that, you’ll need to walk at the edge of your confidence.

Just like accelerating your car as you build up speed, there are some precautions you’ll need to take. One is humility. Never let your successes get into your head. There’s a difference between confidence and arrogance. Arrogance often leads to taking on excessive risks and massive failures.


“If you can’t explain it to a 6-year old, you don’t understand it yourself.” – Albert Einstein

You may have, at some point, attended or enrolled in a communication skills training class as a requirement for your job or business. And that’s great.

Such trainings are, however, limited because they more on the formal side of communications rather than the personal and informal ones.

Since we’re talking about improving your interpersonal verbal communication skills, here are several tips to help you start improving your interpersonal – and mostly spontaneous – verbal communication skills.


There’s a saying that voracious readers make for great writers. I believe that is the case. Though I won’t go as far as tooting my horn as a “great” writer, I’d say that I’m better than most – and this book is a proof of that.

How’d I become a very good writer? Let me tell you my not-so-secret secret – reading…and lots of it.

Because I read a lot, my idea bank for writing projects and assignments are loaded with many different ideas that I can either combine or build up on. In other words, reading a lot of other people’s writings helped me to write about many things and write them quite well.

In particular, you can pick up verbal styles, vocabulary and practical application of relatively complex topics when you’re a very voracious reader. Those things can seriously help you not just with writing but also with talking to other people.


Quantity and understandability are two areas where many people screw up their personal communications. Talking too much will either bore your listener or make him or her resent you for hogging up much of your interaction, thereby reducing their capacity or willingness to understand what you’re saying.

Even if you use fewer words but if you use very complex and technical ones, you significantly lower the chances of effectively communicating with people. It may sound adorable on Sheldon Cooper on each and every episode of The Big Bang Theory but notice the reactions of ordinary folk like Penny: what? Instead of saying, “You make my pupils dilate and my heart rate elevated past normal levels of metabolism”, you can just say “Hey, I find you attractive. Let’s hang out.” Isn’t that much easier to get?


Since the nature of interpersonal verbal communications is mostly spontaneous and unplanned, you can still do a bit of planning to maximize your communications with the other person. An example of such planning would be how divulge a very important matter, like why the electricity company sending a third and final warning when your mom already asked you to pay for last month’s bill and even gave you the money for it.


Your ability to say the right words in the right tone and at the right time depends a whole lot on your understanding of the other person and what he or she’s saying. How can you understand them if you don’t listen and aren’t genuinely interested in what is being said? Listen isn’t just about hearing them talk – it’s about actively paying audio attention and focusing on what is being said. You may hear but not understand hence the importance of genuinely listening to the other person.


No amount of “right” words at the “right” time and at the “right” tone will ever compensate for lack of integrity. Dishonesty has a way of damaging integrity to the point it can effectively hamper your ability to communicate well. When trust is gone, people will intentionally not listen to what you have to say. Goodbye effective verbal communications!


One way you can effectively communicate with another person is by putting yourself in their shoes – see things from their perspective or angle. You may understand that which you want to say but just because you do doesn’t mean they do too. I remember a professor back in college who was a very brilliant man. The problem is that he was too engrossed with communicating from his perspective – that of an expert – instead of our perspective as students whose minds are like clean slates or tabularaza. The result? Almost everyone in his class failed his exams, which prompted the university to look into his teaching methods.


Lastly, speaking clearly can make or break your efforts to verbally communicate well. If they don’t hear you well enough to understand, they won’t understand. To help you improve speaking clarity, here are some tips for doing so:

-Hydration: Dehydration causes your body to limit mucus production, which is important for lubricating your vocal folds. When your vocal folds are regularly deprived of enough mucus, it is more prone to irritation, swelling and injury – all of which affect your ability to speak clearly.

-Phlegm: Most people clear their throats of phlegm simply by “eh-em”. Doing so isn’t the best way to do it, however. There are two better ways to do it, which reduces your risk of further throat irritation or injury. First is by breathing deeply then exhaling as hard as you can through your mouth. The exhaling action should dislodge your phlegm enough either to be spit out or swallowed. Another way is to breathe in deeply but this time, hold your breath and swallow.

-Ditch The Barry: Many people, especially men, try to lower their voices as deep as possible – often attempting to do a Barry White kind of vibe just to sound formidable and authoritative. Unfortunately, Barry White is a one of a kind human being in the same mold as James Earl Jones and Michael Jai White and often forcing yourself to go just as low can increase your risk for injured pipes. Speak at your natural pitch, which can be determined by saying “mmmm” and “hmmmmm”. Your highest pitch as you say those words is your optimal speaking pitch.

-Take It Slow: Regardless of your tone and diction, talking too fast can prevent your listener from understanding what you just said, especially if you’re talking in a very deep and profoundly technical way. So learn to slow down your speech so that people can catch up with what you’re saying.

-Work On Your Vocals: Garbling and being tongue-tied are two of the biggest obstacles to effective interpersonal verbal communications. The solution? Do vocal exercises to train your speech muscles well. Here are a couple of exercises to help you train your speech muscles for optimum verbal communication.

Exercise #1: LTTT

The wider you open your mouth, the clearer and better resonating your speech can be. If you notice the best singers in the world open their mouths wide when trying to hit the high note with clarity. And one way to unconsciously create more space for clarity and power is through the LTTP exercise, or the Lips, the Teeth and the Tip of the Tongue vocal exercise.

You do the LLTT exercise simply by repeating this sentence quickly several times: “The lips, the teeth and the tip of the tongue.” Notice what happens if you don’t open your mouth properly. You’ll either fumble, get tongue-tied or garble. To be able to clearly say the sentence, you’ll need ample mouth opening. Other exercises worth doing are the tongue twisters you did as a child like Peter Piper picked a peck of pickle peppers.

Exercise #2: A2E Exercise

A2E stands for A and 2 Es. A stands for Articulate and the 2 Es mean Enunciate and Exaggerate. This type of exercise is great for minimizing the tendency to mumble. How does this exercise go?

Say the words “enunciate, articulate, exaggerate” by emphasizing each syllable. Don’t say each word as one word but rather as several syllables.

It’s important for effective verbal communications to pronounce words or parts of it clearly – enunciating them. This requires that you pronounce each of the syllables separately with your mouth wide open. If you’re finding this quite hard to imagine, then imagine this: you’re talking to someone on your cellular phone with the speaker mode on and in very windy weather saying the phrase “e-nun-ci-ate, ar-tic-u-late and ex-agg-er-ate.”

Exercise #3: Reading Out Loud

For this exercise, get something you can read out loud, e.g., novel, magazine article or pamphlet. Simply read it aloud and pay attention to keep your lips moving and mouth open. If you really want to open your mouth for optimal clarity, exaggerate the words’ syllables.

Exercise #4: Pencil Mouth

This rather fun exercise begins with you singing a line or a sentence several times, taking it a pitch higher each time. As before, remember to really pronounce each syllable clearly and opening your mouth as much as possible as you do.

When done, repeat it but this time with a pencil lodged horizontally in your mouth. You don’t have to sing this time but if want to, go ahead as this will make it even more challenging – and rewarding.

Exercise #5: Record Your Speech

The last exercise is relatively simple: use a video recording device to record yourself as you talk. As you watch the recorded video, take note how much you open your mouth as well as those words, syllables and letters you pronounced unclearly. How do you know if you opened your mouth wide enough? There must be at least a finger’s width of space in between your lips. Record yourself and watch the video again until you get it right.


The young singer Becky G gave such a very good anti-mumble advice when she sang “singing in the shower.” Actually, simply singing as often as possible can help you reduce and minimize your tendency to mumble words and improve your speaking clarity.

When you heed Becky G’s advice, whether in the shower or otherwise, breathe from your diaphragm and not your chest. If you’re not used to diaphragm breathing, simply place your hand on your stomach and breathe in. If your tummy expands as you breathe, then you got it. If it doesn’t, then you’re breathing with your chest, which is a shallow way of doing so.

Establishing eye contact – we’ll discuss this in more detail later – and standing up straight when talking to someone is an other anti-mumble technique you can employ. When you’re looking at someone in the eye and standing straight, it’s harder to mumble for some reason.

Lastly, if there’s anything I’d want you to take home from this chapter, learn to open your mouth like Steven Tyler of Aerosmith if you want to really speak clearly and not mumble or get tongue-tied.


“The body never lies.” – Martha Graham

Whenever you interact with someone else, you unconsciously give and receive subtle signals. All of your actions – from the way you sit, stand, walk or even look at the person – send very strong messages that often times escape the conscious mind.

There are times when your words contradict what you say and sad to say, non-verbal communications often trump the verbal one. Often times, the person you’re interacting with will tend to believe what they see over what they hear. Often times, this manifests as a gut feel or the sensation that something you said just isn’t right.

An example of this is when salespeople try to entice me to patronize their products or services. Often times, I can tell if their verbal sales pitch is truthful or if it’s just hogwash. When they’re too perky and seem agitated, I know that either they don’t fully understand what they’re selling or they’re exaggerating. Either way, they lose me as a potential customer.

The way you look, listen, react and move your body communicates to the other person your sincerity and honesty – or lack of such. Non-verbal communication skills are a powerful way to back up your words and when they work together, you’re audience – regardless if he or she’s just one person or a group – will get what you’re trying to say and follow your suggestions hook, line and sinker. When they don’t, you generate doubt and resistance.

In what ways does non-verbal communication help you get the message across effectively? One is through repetition of your verbal message in a non-verbal way. If you say you’re the person for the job, your posture and gestures can repeat the same message in a different form, thus validating your claim.

Another way non-verbal communication can help you get your messages across is by complementing what you just said. An example of this would be when a dear friend you haven’t seen for quite a while tells you she missed you a lot. Often times, merely saying it empathically sends the message across but accompanying or supplementing hit with a very tight hug that can rival a bear’s is like driving the final nail that seals the message really tight. She did miss you lots!

Non-verbal communication also helps you get your message across by substituting for words. If for example, you just lost your job and you’re not in a good financial position, I’m pretty sure you’ll be very, very sad and worried. If I see you from across the room, your posture and facial expression will tell me exactly how you’re feeling, especially if we’re very close friends. Even without saying a word, your body language – including facial expression – will say it all.

Lastly, non-verbal communication helps you get the message across by emphasizing what you just said. I can tell you I’m angry but you may not necessarily get that until I throw my brandy glass at the wall, breaking it into pieces.

If you don’t do it right, however, non-verbal communication can actually kill your verbal message, without meaning to. For example, you’re pitching your company’s services to a potential client by citing its many accomplishments and awards but if your body language shows nervousness, it may invalidate the truth you’re stating, at least in the potential client’s mind.


Non-verbal communication may be considered as a quick-flowing and reciprocal process that needs attention and concentration because if you’re daydreaming or thinking about something else as this process is commencing, you will miss out on the subtle but very important signals that can spell the difference between successfully communicating to the other person and offending him or her. As such, your 100% focus and attention are required.

Stress Management

One of the best ways to prime yourself up for effectively communicating sans words is by managing your stress well. Now what has stress got to do with it? For one, stress can hamper your ability to effectively communicate with your body. If you lack sleep, for example, you’ll probably act sleepy during your social interactions and even if you say all the right things at the right times, your sleepy body language may convey all the wrong things to the other person. And unfortunately, body language often times trumps words and even if the other person’s impression is totally wrong, it sticks to him or her as if it were the truth.

When you’re stressed out, you also tend to be agitated and act as if you’re angry or unpleasant, even if you’re not. Again, even if your words convey interest and acceptance but your body language screams anger or disappointment, guess which one will have more credibility?

Emotional Awareness

You need to be aware of your emotions and their effect on you if you want to send the appropriate non-verbal cues and validate what you’re saying to other people. You must be able to do that for others as well. When you’re aware of both your and your audience’s emotions, you’ll be able to read others very well and speak and act accordingly. You’ll also be able to cultivate a deeper level of trust and understanding between you and others, further validating what you say.


“I assume the body language, no matter what in doing voiceover. There is a transformative effect.” – Jennifer Hale

When talking about non-verbal communication, we talk about body language. There are many different ways you can use your body to effectively communicate something either by itself or by reinforcing what you’re saying with words. These include:

-Facial Expressions: You may not just be aware of it but your face is a very effective messenger – even if you thought you’re deadpan. In fact, it’s so effective that there are people who actually make a living from reading facial expressions. If you want to find out just how powerful your facial expressions are, watch the TV series Lie To Me, starring Tim Roth who plays the lead role of Dr. Cal Lightman who is a professional face reader. He assists the US Government in determining if criminal suspects are telling the truth or not. The series is based on the exploits of Dr. Paul Ekman, who is like the character that Tim Roth plays in the show.

-Posture And Body Movements: Have you ever thought about the impressions you get about people with the way they sit, stand, walk or how they position their heads? Wouldn’t you agree that the way they do so affects the way you perceive them? It’s the same with other people. You communicate subtly what you’re about with your posture and body movements.

-Gestures: These little movements, often taken for granted, are very much an intricate part of your life. The way you point your hands, point your fingers or even wave when speaking or making a point – all of these are unconscious on your end and it subtly communicates some aspects of your personality. The interpretation of gestures, however, varies from culture to culture, country to country. Hence, it’s important to study the local culture in terms of what gestures are considered polite or impolite when going to another region or country.

-Eye Contact: The way you “eye” someone or look at them also communicates aspects of your personality and character such as affection, interest, sincerity, hostility, attraction and affection, among others. Eye contact is important for keeping a good conversation going too, because without eye contact, the person or people you’re talking too may get the idea that you’re not listening to them.

-Touch: Another body language that’s often taken for granted, touch can also convey to the other person how confident – or unconfident – you are. Consider the last time you shook someone else’s hand – do you remember how strong or weak it was and what was your impression of the person as a result of that? Or how about the last time you were hugged by a friend of family member – how did you feel about them? Did they convey feelings of missing you, empathy or sympathy?

-Personal Space: Have you ever been in a conversation where the other is so close to you that it seems you’re already exchanging oxygen or worse, carbon dioxide? Didn’t it feel uncomfortable because – apart from the possibility of halitosis on their end – they’re invading your personal space? Or how about talking to a loved one you haven’t seen or spoken to for ages who seems to keep his or her physical distance from you – didn’t that feel as if they aren’t interested in you or worse, as if they’re avoiding you for some reason? That’s the power of personal space in communications. It can convey dominance, aggression, affection, intimacy or lack of it.

-Tone Of Voice: It’s been said that you can be right but still be wrong at the top of your voice. It means saying the right things won’t cut it if you’re using a different tone of voice. For example, you may apologize to a person you offended but if your tone is more sarcastic than apologetic, that person will not believe your “I’m sorry.” Tone of voice can communicate confidence, affection, anger or even sarcasm.


While many body languages can be employed to communicate your confidence, personality and status, you can’t really fake it for long. Yes, you may succeed at first but just like pirated DVDs and CDs, it’ll breakdown sooner than you think unless you’re authentic. This is why I’ve place the chapter on self-confidence ahead of the techniques – when it comes to faking it, you can only go so far. Or short.

Make no mistake about it, body language can help you develop your confidence but only to a certain degree. If you have deep self-confidence issues, body language may not even be enough. Body language – and even verbal communication for that matter – is primarily a fruit of your inner state. If you’re genuinely confident about yourself, it’ll be sustained naturally. If you’re not, it won’t be long before you slip and show your real color.

Regardless if you’re already confident or not – learning the following body language expressions as soon as possible will be of great help in helping you master the skill of communicating effectively to attract, influence and connect with people. It can either give you a quick boost to help you develop your inner self-confidence or if you’re already confident, reinforce that confidence. Either way, it’s a win-win situation.


“Two types of people who can’t look you in the eyes: someone trying to hide a lie and someone trying to hide a love.” – from

It’s normal and natural to establish eye contact. What’s not is avoiding it. As the quote above says, it’s primarily a sign of hiding something. It can also be a sign of a mental condition such as autism, especially in very young children.

When it comes to interpersonal communications, eye contact is clearly indispensable because it’s your primary way of connecting with people. If you don’t look at them in the eye while talking, you’re essentially saying I don’t want to connect with you. It’s the same when the other person denies you such contact.

Because the face is the most crucial part of non-verbal communications, it goes without saying that eye contact is that important. In particular, eye contact involves the eyeballs themselves, the eyelids, eyebrows and the immediate areas surrounding the eyes.


People often confuse good eye contact with having to stare at the other person’s eyes all the time, as if trying to hypnotize. Truth is, they’re 2 different things. Staring directly into a person’s eyes – and for an extended period of time at that – may convey the message that you’re either trying to hypnotize them, sexually attracted to them or angry at them. In other words, you may convey the message that you’re up to no good. Unless that’s what you really want to tell the other person.

In a good flowing conversation, good eye contact doesn’t mean looking at the eyes directly but doing so in a semi-random kind of way within the areas immediately surrounding it such as the space in between their eyes, their forehead, nose or lips. It also means you look away every now and then and quickly coming back to establishing such eye contact to dispel any impressions of intense feelings, desirable or otherwise.

It may seem contradictory that the term good eye contact doesn’t actually involve looking directly into their eyes but this is how it’s best done in normal conversations. In most cases, the “speaker” normally limits eye contact to about 30% of the time only while the “listener” does so about 70% of the time. As you switch back and forth between being a speaker and listener, limiting eye contact duration to those percentages will help you create more influence and connection to the other person.

And speaking of staring, hiding something isn’t just manifested in lack of eye contact, though most of the time that is the case. In some cases, staring straight into the eyes more than the usual can also indicate lying. Why? To overcompensate, i.e., avoid looking as if hiding something by establishing eye contact. The problem lies in trying to hard to make sure the other person is convinced, which results in staring.


It would be worth noting that good eye contact, as we know it, can actually be disrespectful in certain cultures. In Native American and some Asian, Latin American and African regions, direct eye contact can imply negative connotations such as aggressiveness, being confrontational, impertinence and arrogance. Again, it’s best to have a general idea of how the local culture works in the new region or country you’re gonna travel to rolls in order to communicate effectively with the local people and increase your chances of influencing and connecting with them.


Eye contact is also important during handshakes. Good eye contact when shaking hands can reinforce your firm handshake’s message of confidence as well as imply that you are paying serious attention to what you just talked about or agreed on.


You may have heard some people say that if you don’t smile with your eyes, your smile looks insincere. So what does it actually mean to do so? Well, smiling with your eyes simply mean your eyes widen a bit (just a bit ok?), brows raised a little (static brows make you smile like a dog, i.e. insincere) and a momentary partial close of your eyelids. Sad people who smile for the sake of assuring their loved ones that they’re fine often smile at the mouth only.


“Some folks look at me and see a certain swagger, which in Texas is called “walking”.” – George W. Bush

The way you walk can reduce your chances of being mugged in public because if you walk with enough confidence, you won’t look like an easy prey. The way you walk can help you in work because again, it can convey confidence, which is important for getting promoted. To the extent you exude great confidence is the extent to which people may respect you, fear you (in a good, life-saving way) and be drawn to you. All of these help you stay alive, healthy and succeed in most if not all of your endeavors.

A confident person says a lot of things even without talking. It communicates good health – mental and physical – as well as the ability to get things done. People acknowledge people who they think knows what’s going on and can get the job done as leaders without batting an eyelash. And such confidence can be communicated with your walk.


So how do you walk with confidence? For one, you walk with a straight body posture, not hunching or crouched, both of which are signs of lack of self-confidence. In particular, walking with your head in a level position – neither looking up nor down but parallel to the ground – and shoulders back and moving, with chest a bit puffed (don’t over do them) will make you look confident as you walk. A confident walk also means you do so with your hands relaxed at your sides and relaxed, rather than tight-fisted.

Confident walking also means walking in long, slow strides instead of short fast ones. Long and slow strides tell people “Hey, I’m not in a hurry because I got things under control!” which is the epitome of confidence. Short, fast strides however scream, “I gotta hurry up because otherwise, I’m dead! I have no control over situations and as such, I need to keep up!”

If you’d like to see how it all comes together, watch video clips of James Bond on YouTube, particularly Sean Connery, Pierce Brosnan and Daniel Craig. Once you see how they do it, you’ll immediately get it and start walking confidently.


“A good stance and posture reflect a proper state of mind.” – Morihei Ueshiba

With the right posture, your body language can do lot to help you succeed or succeed even more. The right posture can help you influence, connect and attract people even without saying a word. In fact, your posture may just as well be what opens the doors of opportunities for you to speak to other people who you don’t personally know yet.

So how does a confident posture look like? How can your posture communicate confidence and competency in order to help you win people over? Here are some of the best ways to do that.


One of the ways you can clearly communicate status, power, confidence and competency is by standing tall and occupying a bigger space than most other people. Standing tall means standing straight with chest out, shoulders back and your head parallel to the floor. This posture screams, “I’m ready for anything that may come my way. I’m confident!” without you having to actually scream.

Taking up more than the usual space is also another way of exuding confidence. You can do this by taking up more space as you stand or move around. When sitting, you can hook one elbow on your chair’s back or spreading out your personal things on the conference table and mark more space.


Standing with your feet close together sends the signal that you’re unsure or hesitant of what you’re saying or of yourself. A relatively wider (not sumo wrestler wide) stance with relaxed knees and bodyweight centered in the lower half of your body makes you look more confident and solid.


Studies have shown that the simple act of assuming an expansive power pose – hands at the back your head, leaned back onto your chair and feet up on your desk or standing with arms and legs wide open – for as quick as just 2 minutes can lead to lower cortisol (stress hormone) levels, which can make you feel even more confident. Oh, it also projects just how comfortable you are in your own skin and that you don’t give a hoot about what the other person thinks, which is a very strong way of saying you’re confident and able.


“Gestures, in love, are incomparably more attractive, effective and valuable than words.” – Francois Rabelais

Psychologically speaking, gestures are movements that communicate an attitude or some sort of meaning. Examples of gestures include waving, pointing fingers and even yawning. Gestures are often taken for granted because they aren’t as grand as say, the way people walk or talk, but it doesn’t mean they don’t communicate much. In fact, it’s the assumption that gestures don’t mean much that makes people fall into the trap of gesturing in ways that make them subtly communicate something other than what they really want to. The worst part is that it happens unconsciously.

By being aware of the most common gestures and how they can be used for effective interpersonal communications that help you connect, influence and attract people, you increase your chances of succeeding in life.


Studies have shown the intricate link between speech and gesture through brain imaging, which shows the region of the brain responsible for speech is also activated when the hands are waved. On a simpler level, try speaking to another person with your hands tied. Isn’t it hard or unnatural? I know, right?

That being said, it goes without saying that you can communicate well with hand gestures. Not only can hand gestures reinforce what you’re verbally saying for maximum verbal communications impact, they can also help you power up that region of your brain responsible for speech, the Broca’s region or area. Doing so may help you articulate your message much better using the right words and less hesitation (using filler words like “uhm” or “uh”). Try it for yourself and feel the difference.


Open and relaxed gestures like open palms, open arms (not crossed in front of chest) and legs while sitting (except if you’re a kilt or skirt) are subtle but powerful signals of candor, confidence and credibility. If you regularly employ open gestures, people may look at you as more upbeat, persuasive and open-minded compared to if you regularly use close gestures like arms crossed in front of you. Holding your arms at the level of your waist while gesturing with them can help you project credibility, confidence and assurance.


A steeple is a gesture where you join the tips of both your hands’ fingers together in front of your body with your palms not making contact. Public speakers like politicians and lecturers often gesture this way when they’re confidently driving home a point. If they use it, why shouldn’t you, eh?


Lack of self confidence and nervousness are often manifested in self-pacifying and touching behaviors like bouncing feet, rubbing hands, hair twirling, table drumming with fingers and fidgeting. As soon as you realize you’re exhibiting such gestures, stop! Relax by taking a deep breath, firmly plant your feet on the floor and rest your hands on your lap or table with palms down. Being still exudes a quiet confidence and as you relax, you’re able to do that.


It goes without saying that smiling makes people more receptive to you and increases your chances of connecting, influencing and attracting them compared to a deadpan or a frowning face. So smile.


With touch being one of the most basic – and subtly effective – non-verbal communications cues, learning to develop a firm handshake is an investment worth making. A firm handshake helps you send the message that you’re confident and strong while a weak one sends the opposite. Oh, and very strong handshake can also be bad because apart from sending the signal that you’re domineering, you might also break the other person’s hand. Not a good way to make a first impression.


Gestures are best employed for maximum communication efficacy together and not individually. Whether it’s together with other gestures, body language and verbal communications, gestures can significantly enhance your interpersonal communication skills for influencing, attracting and connecting with others.


Thanks again for buying this book, badass.

I am confident that the information you learned here will motivate you to start working on your interpersonal communication skills to help you attract, influence and connect with people much better. By working, I mean to say you will either start applying the things you learned here or research more about the things you’ve read in my book.

Remember, knowing is just half the battle.

The other half is applying what you know. So start acting on what you’ve learned and become a masterful communicator!

Since you are an action-taking badass who invests in himself, I decided to give you a gift.

If you go ahead you’ll find a preview from my book Body Language Training, which complements this book in a perfect way.

A badass body positioning is so rare nowadays: only political leaders and famous actors know certain secrets that the sea of mediocrity is unaware of.

I will show you those secrets and teach you the exact method I followed in order to make my body language stand out and my walk incredibly attractive.

Don’t lose this opportunity: yo u’ ll find it in the next chapter, so go ahead and read it.

Thank you again, my friend, and good luck!

Robert Moore

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The 10 Principles of High Status Body Language

Now I will show you different high status body language positions and principles.

First of all, understand that as a high status man, you will always make yourself comfortable first, wherever you go. That’s not a selfish behavior, since it will give everyone else around you the permission to relax, feel good and be comfortable too.

#1 principle: take up more space.

Low status people tend to make themselves small, invisible, sitting or standing in an uncomfortable way. They are not sending their energy out to the world, because they don’t see themselves as high status persons: in their mind they’re not worth it.

They’re closed on themselves, they’re hiding from the outside world.

You, on the other hand, will think that your energy is so valuable that of course you’re willing to share it with the world, so you’re going to open yourself and take up more space.

Spread your legs and your arms: be comfortable!

Simply ask yourself: “am I closed or open right now?”

You’ll know the answer: take action and open up the positioning of your body.

#2 principle: show your crotch.

Dominant men who attract, seduce and fu*k a lot of girls, have no problem showing their sexuality to the world.

So, don’t be afraid to draw attention to the crotch region of your body while you’re sitting. Open your legs, maybe put a hand in that region to subconsciously draw attention there; showing a nice belt can help you, too.

Aren’t your proud of who you are?

Aren’t you proud of your body and your incredibly energetic, attractive sex drive?

Always show your pride: be a MAN, be proud of your sexuality.

This is George Clooney. As you can see, he clearly knows how to show his crotch!

#3 principle: slow down your movements.

Move slower!

Low status people move quickly and fidgety, they’re not comfortable, they don’t believe in themselves.

From now on, you’ll cut your movements in half.

When you’re walking, when you’re turning your head, whenever you’re moving your body around, do it slower, in half the time you do it right now.

#4 principle: be non-reactive.

Don’t react to something outside of your reality. When you’re talking with a girl and you hear a siren or a noise, do not turn your head. Stay focused on her and she will feel your masculine, dominant power. She won’t look at the source of the noise and she will stay in the moment, following your high status behavior.

Also, be aware of your fidgety movements and correct them: maybe you’re touching your hands, or you’re moving your feet as a sign of anxiety.

Stop doing that. Be still and relaxed.

#5 principle: lean back.

Learn to lean back most of the time.

Remember that leaning in is a really low status behavior. Learn to make people, especially girls, feel a subconscious urge to lean towards you, simply by leaning back.

This little trick will change the whole dynamic of your conversations, giving you the power of a badass.

This also means that when you’re walking or just standing, you will have your shoulders up and back and your chin up. Just a masculine, healthy posture.

Look at this picture: who is perceived as the highest status person here?

Berlusconi is relaxed, he’s leaning back and his legs are crossed.

Obama is leaning forward, his hands are closed, as well as his legs.

The answer is clear, right? This time, the Italian wins.

If you’re talking to a girl in a loud club (or whatever loud place) then move slowly, lean in, whisper your words into her ear and then go back to leaning back. This will make her come to you whispering in your ear: that’s how high status men communicate in loud places, without leaning in in a low status way.

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What if I told you that with some tips, your standing position could become a real sign of POWER?

What if after reading this short guide, you will be able to attract the girl you want, just sitting in a DOMINANT position or walking like a real badass?

Trust me, body language is really that powerful.

You should already know that human beings are constantly reading situations and other people so that, really quickly, they can know what category put them in: low status, middle status, and high status.

It’s just a survival mechanism, because you have to know who has the power and who hasn’t. That’s something that’s been hardwired into us over thousands and thousands of years.

So, most people don’t trust words, because we’ve been taught from a young age to lie with them.

They prefer to read those status cues through the body language: THAT is the honest signal!

High status body language = high status person.

It’s that simple, and we trust it.

Once we make the decision or opinion about that person, it’s almost impossible for us to break it.

Therefore, your body language is the UNSPOKEN TRUTH.

When you have a high status body language, people conclude that you are in CONTROL of your own reality.

Remember this, my badass friend:

"The body follows the mind, but the mind follows the body even more."

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