Playing by the rules
There are very few rules when it comes to good and bad body language Although I'm sure there would be something very comforting in creating a special section of body language dos and don'ts, I'm not going to If I did you'd very quickly start to think I was being unfair You'd start looking at other speakers and you'd spot at least a few very good orators who used the gestures I'd banned you from using In fact, most of the great speakers I've seen appear to break every "rule" in the body language book.
Let's have a look at some high-profile names and their effect and image balancing acts prince charles
We've all read he has a butler put his toothpaste on his toothbrush for him . This could render him about as popular with the proletarians as Marie Antoinette . However, his public persona is distinctly lacking in signs of status or even wealth His clothes look unfashionable and sometimes even well worn and his nervous self-touch rituals and furrowed brow signal anxiety and a touch of subservience .
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