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The Debates: It’s Not Just What They Say. . .

0NonVerbal Communication Rules!


Fred Miller, “NO SWEAT Public Speaking!”

We have more debates coming up before the election. Listen to those debates, but also watch them.

We talked about this before: Nonverbal communication, like gestures, trumps verbal.

Let’s look back at a few debates.

1992 Senior Bush, Ross Perot, Bill Clinton. Senior Bush looks at his watch, like he was bored, couldn’t wait for it be over. That was not a good thing!

2000 Al Gore and George W. Bush. Al Gore walks into President Bush’s personal space. That was not a good thing to do.

2012 One of the more recent ones; George Romney and President Obama. It was for president Obama, amateur night the first time. He seemed aloof, disengaged. His body language said, “I want to be here.” That almost cost him the election. I guess he had some good coaching before the next debate!

Well, the debates are coming up! Listen – Watch – Learn!

This stuff works!

Till next time, this is Fred Miller, “NO SWEAT Public Speaking!”


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