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Glenn Wilson

Introducing Body Language

From interviews to dates, the boardroom to the stage, being aware of the non-verbal signals you, and others, send can have a huge impact on your relationships and success in life — for better or worse.
This fun and friendly guide will show you how to 'read' the body language of others, and how to project the right signals, so you can manage the impression you give to others. Full of real-world and pop-cultural examples, practical tips and strategies, and underpinned by principles from psychological and social experiments, you'll learn how to use and interpret non-verbal messages to put your best face, and body, forwards.
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  • Yu Liiashared an impression3 years ago
    👎Give This a Miss

    Not only listing of well known facts, but supporting misogyny and toxic gender stereotypes

  • Johnny Longshared an impression6 years ago

    Was interesting. Definitely gonna reread a couple chapters too make sure I remember it.

  • b9205459778shared an impression3 years ago
    👍Worth reading


  • Yu Liiahas quoted3 years ago
    Part of the art of reading body language is therefore to look past gestures and evaluate postures
  • B-Matt Manyongahas quoted4 years ago
    attitudes­ and intentions are better read through body language.
  • Alla Zharskayahas quoted5 years ago
    body language ‘leaks’ certain emotions and attitudes that we might have preferred to conceal from those who observe us

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