Insider Secrets to Greater Success Revealed #bodylanguageshow


Amazing Financial Increase! People have amazing financial increase using the tools nationally recognized body language expert Kirk Duncan will you show you at his upcoming Body Language Show.


Change your success instantly! You will be able to identify the ‘disconnect’ in your message to win friends and influence them with immediate improvement in these and other relationships.


Experience miraculous results! As you remove the mystery behind the body language of other people while learning the Do Do-s and the No No-s to maximize these secret conversations.


Critical skills for success! The formula to increasing your success is unveiled in this free class. Don’t wait to be successful. Kirk will teach you the tools he has developed to help you achieve million dollar success.


You’re worth every penny! Invest time in yourself. Valued at over $500! The same secrets that have made Kirk and his students financially successful are yours when you register today!


Not having this information now cost you! Kirk is so confident that you will experience immediate results he has extended a BONUS invitation to someone for breakfast with him and his wife Kim following the event to give more insider secrets to greater success. Don’t miss out on more money, time and opportunity register today!


Will it be you? In a few simple steps you could be the lucky winner of Kirk’s insider training over waffles.

  1. Register for an upcoming Body Language Show
  2. Invite the most guests over 18 years of age that have never seen Kirk live at a Body Language Show or Master of Influence. Each guest ticket an entry for you to WIN! Guest must present their ticket at the door.
  3. You must be present to win.

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Qualifying Body Language Shows 

Thursday, September 13, 2012

6:00-9:00 pm Lexington Hote

l 850 Bluff Street St. George, UT 84770


Thursday, September 20, 2012

9:00 am – 12:00 pm

With a second show at:

6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Salt Lake Hilton Garden Inn

250 W 600 S, Salt Lake City






Tip: How to understand people better and build trust #bodylanguage


Remember, when a person looks down after you ask them a question, they are searching deep for the answer, and that deep place is one of the slowest sources of all. In other words, if they look down, you’d better be prepared to be patient. As they’re searching inward, they’re trying to decide if you are a safe person to open up to.  Click to register for an upcoming Body Language Show!

Crucial things your children won’t say (but they wish you knew) #bodylanguageshow


My clients are SO diverse. I LOVE to watch this information transform the lives of
stay-at-home moms, powerful business executives, celebrities, and even teenagers
and children as young as four or five years old.

It makes a difference because everyone has brilliance inside, and a little bit of body
language training can help bring it out!

Come to one of our upcoming Body Language Shows to find out! Click the link to register!



CATCH Kirk!  Kirk will be on ABC channel 4 today at 4!  Tune in to see what Kirk has to say about Body Language and Mitt Romney!  CATCH KIRK!

Are you smelling Waffles too?


Behind every good man there’s a good woman… Be one of the first to have BREAKFAST with KIM and Kirk!  This is your opportunity to WIN BONUS time!  Join us for Breakfast in St. George!  Here’s your chance to see a side of Kim and Kirk few rarely do.  You will enjoy 2 hours of personalized time set just for YOU!  They will be sharing exclusive insights about their success and help you Go Vertical.  There is only ONE Body Language Show in St. George, you won’t want to miss and…its FREE!  Registration is encouraged and walk-ins are welcome.  With your registration you will receive further details on HOW to WIN breakfast!  Click on the link to register for the September 13th Body Language Show in St. George, UT.

Body Language In A Digital World

Body language reveals the internal conversations your body parts has with each other. These messages can reveal what is on your mind, in your past, concerns for the future and how you really feel about what is going on around you. In our every day conversations our mind picks up on the subtle clues the body gives through movement and uses the information to interpret what people are trying to say, and often, what they are not saying. In this recent article posted in the Harvard Business Review blog writer John Mullen identifies the problem that “digital-natives” have with face to face communication. Bringing readers to an awareness of how significant their internet use affects their brain’s ability to decipher “non-verbal clues such as facial expressions, tones of voice, and body language.” This information is especially significant for those who are seeking employment, works with people, are a students, and parenting children. Kirk highly recommends studying this articles and seeking more information about how understanding body language increases one’s ability to communicate effectively. {If you’re a digital native, you should be aware that the internet may have partially rewired your brain in such a way that when you meet people face to face, you’re less capable of figuring out what they’re thinking. No, I’m not joking. There’s a significant amount of scientific literature on this. Compared with people who didn’t grow up using computers and the internet, you may be slower to pick up on nonverbal cues such as facial expressions, tones of voice, and body language. That could be a liability if you want to work in a field such as consulting, financial advising, and diplomacy that requires face-to-face interactions. The trick, if you’re looking for a job in areas such as these, is to be aware of your possible shortcomings and try to compensate for them. Research on the brain’s response to electronic media is fascinating, and not a little disturbing. On the plus side, it suggests that digital natives have higher baseline activity in the part of the brain governing short-term memory, the sorting of complex information, and the integration of sensations and thoughts — so, in certain respects, computers make you smarter. As if to underline that point, IQ scores are on the increase in the United States as the number of digital natives rises, and people’s ability to multitask without errors is improving. But other research suggests that excessive, long-term exposure to electronic environments is reconfiguring young people’s neural networks and possibly diminishing their ability to develop empathy, interpersonal relations, and nonverbal communication skills. One study indicates that because there’s only so much time in the day, face-to-face interaction time drops by nearly 30 minutes for every hour a person spends on a computer. With more time devoted to computers and less to in-person interactions, young people may be understimulating and underdeveloping the neural pathways necessary for honing social skills. Another study shows that after long periods of time on the internet, digital natives display poor eye contact and a reluctance to interact socially. Are digital natives really lacking the interpersonal skills necessary for certain types of jobs? An executive of a U.S. wealth-management firm told me that after the financial collapse in 2008, some of the bright young advisers were communicating with wiped-out clients via emails that said, essentially, “Sorry, we can’t help you.” Those who did meet with clients had little time for them and gave the impression that they weren’t interested in hearing clients’ stories. They seemed unable to empathize. So the firm let these employees go, replacing them with older advisers who were willing to sit down, look clients in the eye, and discuss matters face to face. That’s just one anecdote, but it resonates with HR executives I’ve spoken to in a variety of businesses that rely on building trust with customers. So if you’re a digital native and you’re looking for a position in a field that requires human interaction, you’ve got your work cut out for you, and the first hurdle is landing the job. A few points to consider: Your interviewer may be specifically looking for evidence that you’re willing to make eye contact. Engage the interviewer — show a lively interest. This may not come easily. The interviewer also may be looking for evidence of your ability to pick up on nonverbal cues. Watch for and react to shifts in tone of voice or body language. One study suggests that 55% of person-to-person communication is nonverbal. Make clear that you understand the importance of face-to-face meetings and that you’re willing to sit down with people. If an interviewer or a questionnaire asks how you’d contact someone in a potentially fraught situation, don’t assume that email is the correct answer. And once you get the job? That’s a whole other subject. Some researchers say the neurological changes wrought by computer use are reversible; others disagree. Even if they’re not, digital natives can train themselves to recognize the limitations of email and Facebook and choose face-to-face meetings if appropriate. They can also continually remind themselves that they may be a bit lacking in the ability to pick up on nonverbal cues — and that they need to make a special effort to pay attention. This post is part of the special series The New Rules for Getting a Job.via} Article re-posted by Kirk Duncan, and 3 Key Elements. internet reference

Present Yourself Part 2 #kirkduncan


Kim and Kirk Duncan at this weeks 3 Key Elements‘ training, Present Yourself II, in Salt Lake City, Utah. Kim says, she “sees messages” sitting in the audience as they prepare for their first assignment. Present Yourself II students pick up their trainer’s training where they left off in Present Yourself I.  Hitting the ground running Kirk explains to the students that their “embarassment button” WILL get pushed throughout the weekend, but, by not delivering their message they are ripping the people off! The key is remembering that the more you give, the more you get.

Life Got You Stumped? #bodylanguage

Every movement tells a story. When you see movement in someone’s body what is the message is their body language telling you that your subconscious radar picks up?

Which movement tells you that the person across from you:

  • needs you to repeat what you have just said
  • is not flexible to your ideas
  • wants to play
  • has a problem with authority
  • mind has left the building

If any of these has you stumped? Want to communicate better? Want to understand your teenager? Not reaching your goals?  Trainer, Mentor and Body Language Expert, Kirk Duncan shares what he has figured out using powerful points affectionately called “Kirkisms,” engaging stories including soud effects and physical antics revealing some of those not so perfect moments, and enough information to turn you into a force to be reckoned with. 

Your body tells you what’s going on mentally inside of you – kirkism, Kirk Duncan

Astonishing 9 Year Old Learns Body Language #bodylanguage


Brinley is one of Kirk Duncan’s biggest fans. Sitting on the first row of his body language class she fills her body language worksheet with notes about how to interpret body language. When asked if Kirk’s body language training was worth missing a school day she answers with a resounding, “YES!” 

The mission of 3 Key Elements is to help families have better communication which builds success in life. Kirk instructs parents who attend his Body Language Show to give their children time to find their answers inside of them. Kirk has found that kids like Brinley “eat this stuff up” because “they know.” Nine year old Brinley and her mom, got the message.

When you ask your children a question and they look down for the answer, you remain engaged and wait while they find their answer.

In today’s Body Language Show, Brinley and the rest of the students also learned a few ‘Kirkisms’;

  1. ‘It’s nice to be able to predict a result before it happens because then you can change the action to get a different result.”
  2. “The eyes are the librarian of the mind.”
  3. “It matters where you LOOK for the answer.”

For Kirk, every training is a success if only one life is impacted. Today’s training was a huge success simply because little Brinley’s life was changed by the information he delivered. 

Are you as smart as a fourth grader? Create more success in your life,  attend Kirk’s Body Language Show!

He just happens to be training TONIGHT!

April 12, 2012

6:00 pm MST in Murray, UT

at the Holiday Inn Express, 4465 450 West.

See you there!


What Stops You? #kirkduncan

THERE ARE ENEMIES AFOOT! Negative thoughts can stop us from fullfilling our greates dreams and attaining that which we desire in order to do the most good on the planet.

When asked, “What is stopping you?” The obstacles seem aparent as we look at the immediate circumstances. How does it change when we look at the big picture? Obstacles can be found on both sides.

The thoughts in our head can easily create justifiation for playing small. Seeing the “negative” or, “subtraction” thoughts as mudslinging from an adversary allows us to objectively SEE what thoughts are stopping us.

If you are wondering which thoughts are “subraction” thoughts start putting your thoughts down on paper and TRACK them. Look out for thoughts that stop you from:
  • Following your dreams
  • Succeeding financially
  • Being healthy
  • Building relationships
  • Creating positive change

Once you know what to watch out for you can begin to change your thoughts to “addition” thoughts which move you toward opportunity.

When Leslie moved her thinking she was given and opportunity that could change her life!