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Can you tell someone is feeling just by looking at them? Can you tell if they’re interested in what you say—or in you? How can you tell when a co-worker is gearing up to get confrontational? Are you aware of the signals your own body is giving out? If you can’t answer a confident “yes” to all of these questions, this book will be a real eye-opener.
Clear communication isn’t confined to words. When someone says something but their body betrays their words, deception is on the prowl.
Your ability to read body language is a key to social and professional success. If you can detect the incongruence between words and body positions, you’ll be able to sort out what’s really going on.
Imagine your team meetings. After you’ve read “Body Language – Actions Speak Louder than Words” you’ll know if your ideas are being met with enthusiasm by team members or if they’re “otherwise occupied” or simply uninterested. You’ll also know how your own body language is influencing others.
Is your partner listening when you discuss your day? How do you show you’re interested in their day? Does your body language disclose how comfortable you are in a given situation, or does it show that, despite your smile, you really can’t wait to escape? Read this book to ensure that your body language will back up your words, and to learn that discerning how other people is really quite simple: watch their body language!
A good leader is rarely the most qualified. A good leader is one with exemplary gifts if discernment and communication. To become a better leader or communicator, get “7 Minute Reads: Body Language – Actions Speak Louder than Words” now.
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Published December 1, 2011
Business & Economics, Health, Fitness & Dieting, Self Help, Parenting & Relationships.