How to Read a Person Like a Book

How to Read a Person Like a Book

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by Gerard I. Nierenberg
     
 

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1 cassette / 40 minutes
A multi-voice production

Explore the language that exists beyond words - the language of the body and its gestures.

Whether conscious or not of our bodies' movements, we express our feelings, attitudes, and motives through gestures that are often vague and frequently ignored. How to Read a Person Like a Book

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1 cassette / 40 minutes
A multi-voice production

Explore the language that exists beyond words - the language of the body and its gestures.

Whether conscious or not of our bodies' movements, we express our feelings, attitudes, and motives through gestures that are often vague and frequently ignored. How to Read a Person Like a Book teaches you how to "decode" and reply to nonverbal signals from strangers, friends, and business associates, allowing you to:

* Gain command of business and social situations
* Sharpen your negotiating skills
* Recognize signals of affection and attraction
* Enrich your knowledge of body language.

Learn the clues that make reading people easy. Gerard Nierenberg's proven techniques for gaining control of negotiations, detecting lies, or recognizing signals of affection and sexual attraction will dramatically improve your understanding of others, giving you the advantage of added insight into all social and business situations.

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ISBN-13:
9780671690106
Publisher:
Pocket Books
Publication date:
03/01/1973
Pages:
192

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I was an unemployed Artist with a GED. The only tools I took to an interview were a photo albumn of Me on the cover% and a silly letter my son had given me of a super woman with a myriad of talents,The owner of the company had all the mannerisms of a boss, the steepled hands for confidence,the leaning forward, all body lanquage that told me everything I needed to know. This book is right on target. I could have gone in wrapped in a sheet. I got the JOB.Now I will finish reading the book to complete the JOB. Thanks Pati Tilemuralist from Central Florida