What type of learner are you – a visual or an auditory one? One type of learner understands information through the ears (auditory) or when they hear it. Another understands it through the eyes (visual) or when they see it. If you’re one of those visual learners, you might understand why “the eyes have it.”
The majority of your language is nonverbal. That’s right! You might say one thing with your words but your body language might be saying something else. And, in order for your message to be in sync, and to come across clearly to others; both your verbal and nonverbal language have to work together. If they don’t, you’re not communicating as well as you need to, and you’re wasting precious time.
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