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Holding The Ball

Holding The Ball

Gesturing as if you were holding a basketball between your hands is an indicator of confidence and control, as if you almost literally have the facts at your fingertips hands. Steve Jobs frequently used this position in his speeches.

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The right kinds of non-verbal communication did correlate with success. How can you send out the same signals—and hopefully generate the same success?

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