Body Language Magic Getting into the Public Speaking Mode (How to Read and Make Body Movements for Maximum Success) - How to be a Public Speaking Star What is body language? How can we use body language to make a statement, enable people to read the language and get the max success in public speaking? Some people can become stars in public by using their body to relate messages or emotions, while others can read and use the language combined to get the most our of communication. One thing I learned in life that peoples gesture, posture, attitude, emotions, thoughts, and body language says more than their words. At this time, I am able to communicate over the Internet and still read between the lines, as well as see what type of tone or mood is being delivered to me. I noted that dialect plays a key role in successful communication; despite the fact that people claim body language is the most important method of understanding language. Dialect is a district communication, yet it is backed by distinguishable tones and features, which includes grammar, vocabulary, pronunciation, and the like to compose a particular language. Dialect is a variety of communication dialects that mix in all nationalities, ethnics, backgrounds, morals, values, and the like all to get one message sent in a fixed connotation to deliver a geographic conveyance to all people listening so to speak. Example of dialect with a twist of slang: Kentuckian: Ya’ll better get in here now. Ya’ll does not mean the entire system as someone else would interpret it, rather ya’ll is speaking to a set of people, or a single person. Better is not a command. It means consequences will arrive if you do not get inside now. Thus, better is a statement. Now means this minute. Michigan: Ironic a streetwise Michigan residence would say ya’ll better get in her now. It seems to sound better than come inside now, which is more of a proper language. Now if a New Yorker heard this statement, they would probably take offense, or anyone with a dominant personality would take offense to this natural southern language. Strangely enough, a well-educated man from Ohio would also say, ya’ll better get in here now. The point is everyone communicates in different dialects while some will use slang and others will not. Slang is never effective in public communication and should never be employed to make a statement in the public eye. Now we can look at you and your signals coming from your body, as well as the words coming from your mouth. If you are speaking on a public platform for business purposes, yet your languages convey nervousness, you need to learn preparedness. You can prepare through mental role-playing the part, taking notes, or ask someone to play out the role with you. Self-talk and role-playing is the keys to getting advanced on any area of life, yet it takes more than a few minutes per set. Per se, you are going for a job interview. You want to prepare before arriving at the interview of course, but once there what will you do? Are you prepared to listen as well as speak? What will your body signals say to the interviewer? Are your prepared to sit up in your seat properly, since this is conveying confidence? Are you prepared to keep your hands in a position that does not say you are nervous? If you hands are in your lap throughout the meeting and you are rubbing them nervously together, thus you are letting the interviewer know that you are nervous, which is a sign of weakness. Get in the public speaking mode by listening, learning, and acting out by using the magic of your body language.