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So the goal is to be open without thinking too hard about body language at all. Does everyone have a gap between what they’re saying verbally and their body language? You say that “leaders who rely on ad-libbing and improvisation risk looking unprepared and stilted”.

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Prepare and practice. Be aware of body language. My friend Nick Morgan , author of Trust Me: Four Steps to Authenticity and Charisma says: "When words and body language are in conflict, body language wins every time." And your audience will always react to your body language instead of your words. All of your points are great, especially the ones about not using powerpoint as a crutch and body language.

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