My Media Tutor Teaches What Body Language Means

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My Media Tutor Teaches What Body Language Means

How do you maneuver your body parts to work in unison with one another? You become engrossed and self absorbed in your message relayed to your audience. When you nail a performance with body language and verbal messages, it’s a masterpiece!
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PRLog (Press Release) – Jun 03, 2012 –
My Media Tutor helping to create verbal messages heard in: media interviews, commercials, infomercials, speaking engagements, job interviews and presentations.  Body language is just as important as the placement of verbal messages in every sentence. Non-verbal communication has the responsibility of syncing with the total message.  Your mood, expressions and confidence are revealed in your eyes, hands, arms, legs, feet and body positions.How do you maneuver your body parts to work in unison with one another?  You become engrossed and self absorbed in your message relayed to your audience. When you nail a performance with body language and verbal messages it’s a work of art, deserving of applause.  My Media Tutor works with novel, intermediate and advanced speakers to sync their verbal messages with the non-verbal messages.When My Media Tutor works with individuals the assessment process immediately begins. Does the client show enthusiasm for the topic they’re presenting? Does the client really believe in the company they represent? If you can believe in the message the audience will enroll in what you’re saying. Remember, “People believe half of what you say and all of what they see.” Hand gestures can be perceived in a myriad of ways. If you show the right mood on stage, the right expressions and confidence will follow.  My Media Tutor has a synergy of techniques, products and trainings for organizations, companies and individuals to utilize before cameras, microphones and audiences show up for your 5-minutes of fame.My Media Tutor travels with clients like a road manager. We also offer spokespersons “cheat sheets” to use during speaking engagements full of tips and tricks:

•   Smiling when speaking to exude confidence
•   Keeping your head up when tripping over words
•   Nodding your head when making pivotal points
•   No arm crossing or strange positions with your arms

The magic begins when we drill clients for successful outcomes while in the spotlight.  When it’s time to prep for public exposure My Media Tutor takes pride in grooming companies, organizations and individuals for the best possible outcome. For more information, visit their websitehttp://www.mymediatutor.com/ or email Francene Marie info@mymediatutor.com when it’s time for you to shine on camera, for interviews and on stage.

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