WASHINGTON (ABC7) — Glossophobia, or the fear of public speaking, affects approximately 73 percent of the population. According to the National Social Anxiety Center, it tops the list of the phobias, ahead of spiders, heights and even death. So how can we overcome this crippling anxiety of being in front of the crowd? Keith and Rebecca Scott of Tall Small Productions offered a little help on this motivation Monday.
As the talks began, the tension between the parties was palpable, said body language expert Rebecca Klein, reviewing video footage showing Lighthizer breaking the silence with a joke about how one end of the table would get far more TV exposure than the other. “Their body language is one of overcompensation with forced smiles and posturing,” said Klein of Baltimore-based TALLsmall Productions, referring to Lighthizer and another US negotiator, Peter Navarro. She added that they presented the body language of “nervous freshmen in an upper-level classroom.”
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Baltimore's Child Magazine When my husband and business partner, Keith, first asked me out, nerves made the conversation go something like, “Would you like tickets to a Baltimore Center Stage performance?” It could have been the end to the beginning. I thought he meant for me to bring a friend. He saved himself a sentence later by adding, “No, to go with me.”
WASHINGTON (ABC7) — Need help finding out how your child's day at school was without getting the classic "fine" or "okay" response? Rebecca Klein Scott and Keith Scott, co-founders of TALLsmall Productions, joined us to share their tips for effective back-to-school communication.
Your body language – how you carry yourself – not only impacts how a dress or suit hangs on your frame but also communicates an immediate impression. First impressions take only a moment to make and far longer to undo. Imagine the difference if you saw this same picture, with the model, standing with her shoulders slouched. We turned to our friends, Rebecca Klein Scott and Keith Scott, of TALLsmall Productions for advice on boosting your body language.
Hey King and Queens what does your body language revel about YOU???? TALLsmall Productions, LLC shares tips on body language on BMORE Lifestyle! Check out the segment and tell me what you think!