You’ve Lost Your Audience – Now What?

You’re feeling good, you’re well prepared, the room set up is just right, and you’ve launched into your presentation. BoringAudienceThen your heart sinks. You can feel the negative vibes coming from the audience.

They’ve tuned out. …Read more…

When You Learn Your Employee is an Alcoholic

Alcoholic woman carrying a bottle of liquerIt’s not only disheartening but also disruptive when you learn one of your staff members has a drinking problem. Just this past week, a business colleague had a very upsetting experience that almost lost her a client. She called us in frustration because she didn’t know what to say to her employee.

Don’t Become an Enabler

She said that she finally accepted this employee couldn’t control his drinking. Let’s not mince words; she’s pretty certain that he’s an alcoholic. He had gradually been taking longer and longer lunches and often came back to the office …Read more…

In a Crisis, Emotions Are as Important as the Words

Survival concept, business man with gas mask isolated on whiteWhen a crisis hits, people don’t actually hear the words of reassurance. They listen with their emotions. Health officials repeatedly explained to the public that you can only become infected with the Ebola virus through direct contact with bodily fluids.

But polls reveal that a majority of Americans fear they can catch the virus through incidental contact and have little confidence in their government’s ability to manage the crisis. …Read more…

What’s Your Body Saying Rather Than Your Mouth?

Did you know that during conversation, many of your body movements, gestures, and facial expressions (as well as other non-verbal signs) can tell a lot about you?

For instance, what mood you’re in, how you feel about the conversation, or even whether you’re trying to lie about something. And it happens whether you want it to or not.

Click to see Infographic.

The thing we’re talking about is called body language. And it bears significant power. All it takes to harness this power is to know the meaning of the signs that our bodies can send.

That’s where the infographic you’re about to see will come in handy. If you want to learn as much as possible about the essentials of body language—this is your go-to resource.

The infographic is divided into three categories.

The first one introduces you to the basics of body language and the most common signs.

In the second category, you’ll find the most frequent mistakes you should avoid. If you don’t want people to get the wrong impression of you—you’d better listen to the advice shared in this category.

Lastly, in the third category, you’ll go through all the possible signs and signals that someone’s trying to be dishonest. You’ll be able to spot lies with ease.

What are you waiting for? Check it out here!

Daisy Hartwell

Daisy Hartwell

Daisy Hartell is a long-time member of the Custom-Writing staff. Combining her knowledge of Linguistics with her distinctive writing style, Daisy is an incredibly productive and diligent writer. Since the company’s inception in 2006, has grown to become one of the leading providers of academic based papers.