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Let your limitations be your liberation: How one man took his ADD, dyslexia and a 4th grade reading level to world-renowned expert in nonverbal communication

Can you imagine as a child not understanding why the world doesn’t understand you…? I can, maybe that’s why I gravitated to Michael Grinder’s work twenty+ years ago.

In this episode Michael Grinder gives us a crash course in how to communicate… he will share important body language and nonverbal skills that develop your power of influence regardless of your background.

This episode of Life Interrupted Radio is very personal to me as I have the honor and pleasure to share with you one of my long-time mentors.

A bit about Michael— he will be the first to admit he wasn’t an easy child… yet during those early days struggling with learning disabilities he developed a multitude of “coping-skills” including a profound and deep understanding of nonverbal communication and how to predict with astonishing accuracy what people will do next.

He went on to make those “coping skills” his life work and become the world-renowned expert in the science of non-verbal communication, non verbal leadership, group dynamics, advanced relationship building and commanding the stage presentation skills.

Even after 20+ years, Michael’s insights continue to teach me about others and myself at a deeper level. So fasten your seat belts and prepare to be amazed.

Learn more at www.MichaelGrinder.com

In this interview I mention a great video on Michael’s website. The link to it is http://www.michaelgrinder.com/how-the-kinesthetic-student-learns/


MGrinderHeadshot2014-TNMichael Grinder is a prolific author, speaker, teacher and world-renowned expert in the science of non verbal communication, non verbal leadership, group dynamics, advanced relationship building and commanding the stage presentation skills. Michael was a hyperactive child, who graduated from high school with a 4th grade reading level and went on to earn a Masters degree, become runner-up for Washington’s Teacher of the Year and author of 13 business, communications and educational books used in schools around the world.

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About Your Host, Sharon Sayler

Your host, Sharon Sayler is a communications trainer, public speaker, best selling author of 7 books, certified executive coach and the founder of Competitive Edge Communications who specializes in teaching professionals critical nonverbal and body language skills and how to have those critical “tough” conversations.

She teaches how to up-your-impact on the stage, in the boardroom, with clients, customers, team members and even how to deal with difficult people.

Now, she's taken those skills, her passion for clear and competent communication, her own experience dealing with a rare medical condition and her frustration with the medical community in understanding what it’s like to have a chronic and complicated medical condition to teach others to become courageous self-advocates so they too can turn life transitions into triumphs and created The Autoimmune Hour on Life Interrupted Radio: Empowering you to live well with autoimmune.

You can learn more about Sharon at www.SharonSayler.com

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