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Body Language – Face and Eyes

eye contact

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The second component to body language is the face, and eyes. It is important when doing a presentation and even when talking to people to have correct body language. This post will help people feel more engaged when you are talking, and feel like you are listening when they are talking. This will help you lead more effectively, and to have better conversations with people.

The Body Language of a Leader – Having Correct Posture

Suit Posture

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Having good body language, is a important part of being an effective leader. Whether people will admit it or not, everyone judges people by the way they visibly present themselves. Someone who has positive body language, looks like a leader. While someone with negative body language, looks unsure of themselves. No one wants to be led by a person like that. The great thing about body language is that it can be faked. Many times God puts people in places that they are not comfortable with. However, the people you are leading do not need to know you are uncomfortable. Mastering non verbal communication is an essential skill to be a good leader. This series of posts will teach you to develop leadership body language.

How to Welcome a Visitor to Your Church

Hello, Welcome Visitor

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When a new person enters a church, they want to feel welcome. That is not just true for churches, anytime anyone goes anywhere they want to feel welcome, it is human nature. There are many things your church can do to help with that, and many things that can hurt your welcoming atmosphere. This post will go through some advice on how to do it.

How to Be the Life of a Christian Party

Starting Conversations

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This post could work equally well for any party. The only difference is there is no drinking, depending on the denomination. Also, there probably will not be any uncomfortable conversations, unless someone reads out of Song of Solomon. Christian parties are easier, because everyone knows they are supposed to be nice to everyone else. The basics in this post will be for any party setup.