Discover Body Language and How it Can Benefit You [NOOK Book]

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Often times subtle body language signals are missed because we are either not paying close enough attention to the person we are engaged in conversation with, or we simply do not know how to read them. ?Body Language? can give you the inside track on the numerous different types of body language people use everyday. Effective people use 50% body language and 50% verbal language to express themselves.

The use of body language alone can take a ...
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Overview

Often times subtle body language signals are missed because we are either not paying close enough attention to the person we are engaged in conversation with, or we simply do not know how to read them. “Body Language” can give you the inside track on the numerous different types of body language people use everyday. Effective people use 50% body language and 50% verbal language to express themselves.

The use of body language alone can take a situation that you would normally be submissive in and turn it around to where you control all the power. Your body is far more powerful then most give it credit. From the way initial you greet a person to the closing of a conversation simply in body language alone can make or break a otherwise perfect job interview. As you are as you carry yourself, so is everyone else.

Think of the advantage you could have over another by having a really strong idea as to how they are feeling before even expressing themselves.

Body language is as unique as you are. Although no two people will exhibit the same types of cues, by knowing all the body language cues it will not matter. You will never have to wonder how another person is feeling ever again. You will never have to wonder if it is the right day to ask the boss for a raise or to ask your spouse about that new car you have wanted to buy.

You will never be in the dark again on a person’s mood when you can read their body language!

You could go to your local library and check out book after book and spend days reading or you could simplify and get everything you need right here in just one e-Book. One e-Book can answer any questions you have ever had in regards to body language and set you on the path of having more control over your own body and how others perceive you. The answers you seek can be found in...

Inside you will find everything you need to know about how to read 15 different categories of body language. Not just 15 body language cues or gestures, 15 categories packed with every type of possible body language gesture or cue possible.

Do you want to learn how to counteract power body language? This guide will help you do just that. Do you want to know just how to take a person from a closed body language stance to a more accepting open body language? This guide will answer that for you as well as many other situations from defensive counteractions as well as aggressive body language counter actions.

Everyone can benefit from learning how to read and identify body language.

Communicate with Body Language Effectively!

Learn to be a great listener through reading body language.

When you can see how the person to you is feeling through their body language, regardless of the words that are coming from their mouth, you are more apt to be able to get to what the real problem is and fix it before it gets out of control.

Learn to understand the reasons behind certain body language.

People who use closed body language as well as defensive body language do not always do so consciously. Curling in ones body is a way of self preservation and much more.


If you have failed many job interviews, this e-book will be the most valuable book you have ever bought. If you are having troubles reading a loved ones feelings, a boss, or even a friend, this book is priceless.

If you are just simply curious about human behavior, this book will shed a completely new light on the subject. You could go to the library and check out several books, spend hours reading to try to find half of what is in “Body Language” and then forget most of what you read.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940011852893
  • Publisher: Lou Diamond
  • Publication date: 10/12/2010
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 53 KB

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  • Posted December 6, 2010

    Don't waste your money

    This is a joke. Common sense will tell you what is in this book. There is no valuable info to be found.

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