Language is an odd thing. We hear communication experts telling us time and again about things like the “7-38-55 rule,” first posited in 1971 by UCLA psychology professor Albert Mehrabian: 55 per cent of what you convey when you speak comes from your body language, 38 per cent from your tone of voice, and a paltry 7 per cent from the words you choose.
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