Morning North | Apr 5, 2012 | 8:20

Understanding body language

Understanding body language can give you a bit of an edge in some situations. Mark Bowden is the author of the new book "Winning Body Language". He's been invited to Sudbury by the Rotary Club to speak about body language.

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