Body Language Expert Keynote Mark Bowden at TEDx Toronto — The Importance Of Being Inauthentic

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  • Published on:  10/27/2013
  • Body language expert and keynote speaker, Mark Bowden gives his TEDx Toronto talk on authenticity. In this entertaining speech, he challenges the audience to be less authentic in order to connect with more people.

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    Body language expert keynote speaker, Mark Bowden (https://truthplane.com/) trains and coaches business people in public speaking and presentation skills. He is the public speaking coach and presentation trainer for any executive that needs to stand out, win trust, and gain credibility every time they speak. Voted #1 body language professional in the world for two years running, Mark Bowden is a top keynote speaker on body language and a top expert in body language and nonverbal communication. To book Mark check out https://truthplane.com/home/keynote-speaker/ and watch more videos here https://www.102tube.com/user/MarkBowden1

    Mark Bowden is an expert in human behavior and body language, and creator of TRUTHPLANE™, a communication training company and unique methodology for anyone who has to communicate to an audience with impact. Mark gives keynote speeches worldwide on persuasive verbal and nonverbal language and communication structures to stand out, win trust and profit when you speak. Mark's publications are bestselling Winning Body Language (McGraw Hill 2010); Winning Body Language for Sales Professionals (MH 2012); and Tame the Primitive Brain (Wiley 2013).
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