Wouldn’t it be wonderful if we can truly understand how the other person feels and what they truly think in business settings. What if Joe Navarro, one of the world’s most renowned experts and the bestselling author of “what everybody is saying” here above reveals the secret on how we… Continue Reading Persuasive Presentation Skills – Reading Body Language Accurately

Matt: Come on, Chris! Time to get up! Come on. Chris: What? Matt: It’s another Monkey Monday, Chris. Chris: Is it? Matt: It is. It’s come round already. Chris: Well, that’s good. Matt: Hi, I’m Matt. Chris: I’m Chris. Matt: And we’re here today to talk about how you reduce… Continue Reading Season 2 | Episode 10 | How to reduce dips and improve pain points

And tonight, a very different perspective on the race for mayor. Since it’s often more important how you say something than what you say, we asked a body language expert to give us his take on the race for Toronto’s top job. So what are the candidates really saying? Here’s… Continue Reading World Renowned Body Language Expert —Top Keynote Speaker—Mark Bowden—CBC News

Twenty-eight years ago, I was a broken man. And you probably wouldn’t be able to tell that if you met me. I had a good job at a well-respected academic institution. I dressed well, of course. But my insides were rotting away. You see, I grew up in a family… Continue Reading Addiction is a disease. We should treat it like one | Michael Botticelli

Reviewer: Morgane Quilfen (dramatic music) (audience applauds) – Hi, I’m Lynne Franklin. I have one question for you. How would you like to be a mind reader? – [Woman] Yes. – ‘Cause part of me is thinking, “I bet your mind’s thinking, ‘That’s not gonna happen.’” Here’s the truth. People’s… Continue Reading Reading minds through body language | Lynne Franklin | TEDxNaperville

Welcome to Media in Minutes’ where I talk you through important concepts in media and communication. Today we’re talking about the Hypodermic Needle Theory which was one of the earliest ways of thinking about how the mass media influences audiences. It was developed in the 1920s and 1930s after researchers… Continue Reading The Hypodermic Needle Theory | Media in Minutes | Episode 1

On a warm August morning in Harare, Farai, a 24-year-old mother of two, walks towards a park bench. She looks miserable and dejected. Now, on the park bench sits an 82-year-old woman, better known to the community as Grandmother Jack. Farai hands Grandmother Jack an envelope from the clinic nurse.… Continue Reading Why I train grandmothers to treat depression | Dixon Chibanda