Category Archives: Sensational Communication

Learn how to consciously use all your senses to listen, communicate and “move” your listeners into action.

Distinguish a Conversational Skill from a Soft Skill

How do you distinguish a conversational skill from a soft skill? What’s the point? Whether you are leading a group, presenting a message or serving your team or a customer, could the answer be in the authenticity of your body language and in how many cells in your body are resonating your message? The quality…

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Effective Communication with Conscious Body Language

Are your effective communication skills still effective? Even with the explosion of information and communication channels available today, the pace of life has accelerated to where you probably feel that getting someone to stop, listen and pay attention has become a real communication challenge.  Whether you are finding increased resistance to your: Leadership skills, Sales…

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Tips for More Conscious and Innovative Body Language

Inspire more innovation with faster, better results! Successful innovation is fascinating as it combines the best of intelligent thought with expressing it in a way that emotionally ”moves” others into measurable action. This combination is often a challenge as many gifted technical innovators prefer to focus on ideas, software and gadgets more than on people;…

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Intuition as a Soft Skill for Non-Verbal Communication, By Kurt Larsson

Non-verbal Communication and Body Language can be read or ”sensed” in two distinct ways. First, by objectively measuring what the body is doing differently than before. Second, by subjectively feeling or intuiting in real time. To become aware of and work with other people’s body language, as well as your own, requires a potent and…

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Higher Ambitions Scream for More Conscious Body Language

Higher Ambition Leadership demands soft skills usage When it comes to business communication and the Post-Commercialism era in which we now find ourselves entering, evidence is building that using soft skills is changing from a luxury to a necessity. What if working with soft skills and becoming more conscious of your body language is going…

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Profiting from Conscious Body Language, By Kurt Larsson

Profiting from Conscious Body Language, by Kurt Larsson Would you drive your car with your eyes closed? Yet how aware are you of what your body is expressing while your mouth babbles away? Ignorance has nothing to do with your intelligence and everything with what you choose to ignore. Now, what if more and more…

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Conscious Body Language, So What?! By Kurt Larsson

Conscious Body Language, So What?!  By Kurt Larsson So 2014 will be the year that many of us wake up and realize we’ve been asleep at the wheel of the most important communication tool we have… Our bodies. … And? Yep, up until now most have us have taken our incredible ability to monitor, control…

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2014 The Year of Conscious Body Language, By Kurt Larsson

2014 The year of Conscious Body Language, By Kurt Larsson Where do we go from here? Our current technology wave seems to be peaking as each gain is costing more and giving less. Technology is also being used as a brilliant way to separate us more and more. For instance, how much time per day…

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The Impact of conscious body language, By Kurt Larsson

The impact of conscious body language, By Kurt Larsson More than a few of the decision makers I talk to have noticed their customer’s decision cycle is getting longer as well as there is an increase in those who politely say ”I’ll get back to you” and then never do. Whatever the reason, there is…

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Dealing with your favorite Zombie, by Kurt Larsson

Dealing with your favorite Zombie, by Kurt Larsson Another record! I was out doing my usual weekend jog and met at least 30 other people enjoying this fine autumn day. Alas, only two responded to my friendly ”hi” greeting breaking the old record. Most chose to use their energy to shut down their senses, look…

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