The Art of Communication

Body Language

Communicate effectively without words

Body language can help you both communicate your message effectively and look beyond what people say to what they really mean.

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Statislavski advice

The language of the body
is the key that can unlock the soul.

Konstantin Stanislavsky


Vadim Kotelnikov

Unity of two souls and bodies is
a journey to eternity.

Vadim Kotelnikov, founder of 1000ventures - personal logo VadiK

Inventor Business e-Coach

Author Innoball

Founder Innompic Games icon


Body Language in Love unity of two souls and bodies VadiK quotes

Love loving relationships, make your loved one happy VadiK quotes




Know what to say with your body language and how to say it




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Mastering body language can help you to:

→ communicate better and faster;

→ be mindful of what your face and body are conveying nonverbally;

→ eliminate language barriers;

→ understand others better;

→ build relationships;




"Start to notice your body language, and other people's and see how much you can pick up about what someone saying just by watching them." 

~ Russel Webster


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10 Essentials of Good Communication



Vadim Kotelnikov

Smiles are messengers of your inner beauty, nourishers of relationships,
and friendship ambassadors.

Vadim Kotelnikov, founder of 1000ventures - personal logo VadiK

Inventor Business e-Coach

Author Innoball

Founder Innompic Games icon


Dalai Lama advice

I learn as much from a turtle as from a religious text.

Dalai Lama XIV



Body language plays a very important role in communication in both life and business. "Body language accounts for more than half of what other people respond to and make assumptions about when they connecting with you. And more often than not, you're not consciously thinking about it. By becoming conscious, you're 50% ahead of the game," says Nicholas Boothman.



Peter Drucker management quotes

The most important thing in communication is
to hear what isn't being said.




Two Core Questions

① What signals are you sending to others about yourself and your attitude?

② What emotional feedback are you giving others in response to the signals they are sending to you?



Listening: Engage All Your Senses

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Your attitude is the first thing people pick up on. Attitude is infectious. Before you say a word, your attitudes can infect the people who see you with the same behavior. Somehow just by looking or feeling, you can be infected by another person's attitude, and vice versa.





Synchronizing Body Language

You can synchronize body language consciously or subconsciously.

Conscious synchronizing of body language helps build rapport.

Coaching by Example:

At Innompic Games, the dynamic Innompic Gesture of a loving creator a hand creating and a hand giving with love is a powerful brand attribute that helps build rapport among Innompians and a global community of United Innovators.






People who are in rapport unconsciously synchronize their body language and their vocal characteristics.





"When you deliberately synchronize your body language with another's, amazing connections can happen. Our response to synchronization is a function of our predisposition to reciprocate behavior. It's hardwired into the human brain, " says Nicholas Boothman, the author of How To Connect in Business in 90 Seconds or Less.


During a radio interview with Nicholas Boothman, the host told him, "I read your book over the weekend. On Sunday night, my husband took me out to dinner, so I decided to try out your synchronizing exercise with someone in the restaurant to see what would happen. I was a little skeptical."

She went on to explain that sitting about three tables away was a slightly older couple. The woman was more or less facing in her direction, but they never made eye contact. "For about twenty minutes I gently synchronized her overall body language and posture. When she moved, I moved; when she shifted her weight from one elbow to the other, I followed. I did it all without ever looking directly at her. And then an incredible thing happened. The woman got up from the table and came over to me. 'Excuse me,' she said, 'but I'm sure I know you.' I was blown away."




Mirroring in NLP

In NLP, conscious synchronization of body language is called "mirroring".

Mirroring is based on the idea that we are more likely to trust and connect with people who are similar to us. By copying the other person's body language and language patterns, we subconsciously signal that we are on the same wavelength and understand them.

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