Body Language: The Psychology of Analyzing People Correctly
Date: September 2020
Duration: 1 hours 39 minutes
This book consists of two titles, which are the following:
Book 1: What is the psychology behind body language?
What can we learn from what people aren’t saying?
These are common questions. But although they are often asked, they aren’t always clearly answered. Today, this book can change all that. It can give you precise guidelines on how to read people’s signs and nonverbal cues.
We will also discuss how most of the communication has some kind of root in our cultures, and how we can apply them in practical situations, whether it concerns flirting, job interviews, or other.
On top of all this, one chapter is solely devoted to making eye contact, and all the effects of that.
All of these topics are included. It’s time to become more educated about them.
Book 2: Body language can be used for many things. After some basic techniques that involve mirroring and adjusting to people’s moods, the book gets a bit more specific.
Several situations are highlighted in which nonverbal communication and social cues can be extremely useful.
The first one is negotiations. Imagine if you could read all the signs of the person you are negotiating with. Could you get a better deal if you could read his or her mood? You bet. Do you think you could sense how far they are willing to go better? Sure. Body language is so important during negotiations because nobody typically puts all his or her cards on the table.
Do yourself a favor and learn more about these aspects of body language!