Your Ever Expressive Eyebrows from http://www.SharonSayler.com/eyebrows [Part One]
Your face is the most emotionally expressive part of your body. Everyone thinks they are less emotionally expressive than they really are. We try all sorts of tricks from biting our lip to holding our breath in order to keep our emotional face in line with the curtain we show the world. One of the first places you can look to see someone’s emotional state in that moment is at their eyebrows. Your eyebrows are an effective communicator of your emotions in that moment. “In the moment” is the key phrase here; the movement of eyebrows is a reaction to what just happened or what we want to have happen. http://www.SharonSayler.com
Sharon Sayler is an international communications trainer, speaker, best-selling author of What Your Body Says and How To Master The Message. Sharon is devoted to teaching professionals around the world how to be courageous leaders using critical behavioral relationship, leadership and communication skills.
Through her workshops, courses, coaching programs, and products, Sharon’s practice is a unique blends of expertise to help her successful, high-achieving clients know how they show up in the world, why they do what they do and what to do instead if they want a different result.
Her style is direct and to-the-point to make positive behavioral change work with a wide range of clientele — private clients, executives, entrepreneurs, universities, corporations and organizations such as Delta Airlines, Yale’s Graduate School of Management, Women’s Executive Leadership Council, International Coaching Federation, American Society of Training and Development, Integra Telecom, and Oregon Department of Employment.
Professionals come to Sharon when they want to have more influence, respect, and to be taken seriously—and to be seen as the leader they are meant to be.
For example, Eva is a 37-yr-old and the founder of an international corporation. She thought the reason her prospective clients weren’t taking her seriously was because of her age and gender. It wasn’t, it was her body language. After only a ninety-minute session, she stopped sending the wrong nonverbal messages. She saw immediate results that afternoon. She is now perceived as the leader she wants to be.
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