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In addition, all parts of the set were white & green. When the pilot became a series, some parts of the set (the scoreboard, the doors and the puzzleboard frame) were given a new paint job and changed color from green to blue.


The ticket plug cue would be revamped and used on Classic Concentration; the ticket plug cue itself was also recycled into the 1985 pilot hosted by the late Orson Bean and said series as a prize cue.


"This is Johnny Olson/Bob Hilton/Gene Wood speaking for Body Language, a Mark Goodson Television Production."(Said during series finale): "This is Gene Wood saying so long for Body Language, a Mark Goodson Television Production. This program has been edited for broadcast."


In either case, you're going to need these tips for managing body language during a broadcast interview, compiled for PR News' upcoming Media Training Guidebook Vol. 6 by guidebook contributor Maura Fitzgerald, co-founder and partner of Version 2.0 Communications.


Every day we communicate with our family, friends, colleagues and even strangers, but only a small percentage of what we communicate during each of these conversations is verbal. Research shows that the vast majority of what we convey through our interactions with others is innate and instinctual, known as nonverbal communication. Nonverbal behavior like body movements and posture, facial expressions, eye contact, hand gestures and tone of voice all contribute to how we communicate and understand each other. Often, we are unaware of our participation in interpersonal, nonverbal communication because these actions are inherent to how we converse as humans and ingrained into our daily lives.


During a conference call try to keep your body movements calm and relaxed. Avoid fidgeting with your pen, excessively shaking your legs or doing anything else that conveys nervousness or boredom. When speaking you can use your hands to gesture, but avoid being overly animated. Dramatic hand gestures can be distracting for meeting participants, especially on a video conference call where you are sitting close to the camera.


Power couples (think: Prince William and Kate Middleton) have in-sync walking patterns. "The goal is for couples to walk with their feet side by side on an invisible line," Patti Wood, body language expert and author of SNAP: Making the Most of First Impressions, Body Language, and Charisma told GoodHousekeeping.com. "When this walking pattern is disrupted, it indicates that there is disconnect between the couple."


In emotional situations, we all have a tendency to find ways to comfort ourselves. Women, in particular, typically touch their neck or throat. "Oftentimes, touching the neck or throat indicates that someone is keeping something from another person," says Wood. "The throat is the gateway for words, and therefore it's one of the most vulnerable parts of the body."


A loving couple has a tendency to lean toward one another with their bodies, legs, and even chairs. "If your seat is pointed away from your partner, then so is your body," says Wood. "This is dangerous because it means that you're disinterested in connecting with your partner."


Theidea for the TV showoriginatedwith the Milton Bradley board game of the same name, which wascreated by Dr. Cody Sweet, the first platform speaker on nonverbalcommunication (body language), in 1974.Lucille Ball was a long-time fan of charades, incorporating them intomany episodes of her television shows (see below).


Allan & Barbara Pease are trainers of Mindvalley's Mastering Body Language: Truth, Lies, Love & Power Quest. They have written 18 bestsellers and given seminars in 70 countries. Their books are bestsellers in over 100 countries, are translated into 55 languages and have sold over 30,000,000 legal copies. Both Barbara and Allan appear regularly in the media worldwide and their work has been the subject of 11 television series, four stage plays, a number one box office movie, and TV series, which attracted a combined




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