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Understand what is said when no words 
are heard  . . . . . . spoken or not!!

Where do you look to feel safe in any situation in everyday life:

  • Dating
  • Shopping
  • Slow talking people
  • Head turner talkers
  • Meeting new people
  • Untruthful people
  • In a crowd

“Nonverbal interaction allows for words to come alive by exposing a person’s attitudes and emotions.”

 (National Center for Biotechnology Information)

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1st Ten Registrants receive BodyChats FREE for 15 days!!!!

When: May 25, 2022

Where: Your house

How: Zoom

Andy Gateriewictz The BodyChats LLC CEO

Andy Gateriewictz

The BodyChats LLC CEO




Andy holds a BSBA degree from Georgetown University with a major in Management and a minor in Marketing. During his 35 year career, companies such as Air France, Avaya, Lucent,, PNC Bank, Bank Five, Four Seasons Sunrooms, and Radio Disney, the Better Business Bureau and IBM have taken advantage of his programs.


Andy’s interest in non-verbal interaction started in 1986 with a training seminar called the “The Unspoken Word”.  In 1993 The Philadelphia Inquirer featured him as an expert in the field on non-verbal conversation.


This was accomplished through extensive research and decades of observing business and personal scenarios.  His knowledge enabled The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and Columbia University to feature Andy in their guest lecturer programs.


BodyChats, is the ultimate program to add 80% to interaction’s 7% verbal component to create effective communication.  It contains the learning process protected by three US Copyrights issued to Mr. Gateriewictz.


“The most important part of communication

 is to understand what is not being said.”

(Peter Drucker, Management Consultant)

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