Techniques for Controlling Body Language in Media Interviews and Presentations

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Distracting hand gestures, bad posture and moving around too much can derail a media interview or presentation. Media Trainer Russ Rhea puts on his dance moves to demonstrate the sure-fire “Saturday Night Fever Pose” to avoid distractions. Transcript Hi, I’m Russ Rhea with the Predictive Media Network. In our predictive …

Download our Presidential Debate-inspired BINGO card

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To borrow a famous phrase from Trump, tonight’s presidential debate is “gonna be huuuuuuge!” Political strategists and network executives say the total viewership could be as high as 100 million viewers. That’s Super Bowl numbers! There’s sure to be fireworks, but just in case the debate doesn’t keep your attention …

Ten Tips To Improve Your On-Camera Personality

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Watching yourself perform on camera can be a painful experience, even after years of on-camera interview experience. As tough as it may be, there’s just no escaping that video is the thing; for customer outreach, new business development and even reputation management. It’s not just media spokespeople that find themselves …

Penguin Waddling, Fig Leaves and Hip Thrusts: Nonverbal Rules for Press Conferences

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Nonverbal communication – the “tells” (to borrow a poker term) we send when we communicate – provide a ton of information to those on the receiving end of our messages. Nonverbal cues are a key component of persuasive appeals, and when I talk about persuasion, I mean a precise type …