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Body Language: How Eye Contact and Nonverbal Cues Help You Analyze People

Body Language: How Eye Contact and Nonverbal Cues Help You Analyze People

Написано John Adamssen

Озвучено Rory Young


Body Language: How Eye Contact and Nonverbal Cues Help You Analyze People

Написано John Adamssen

Озвучено Rory Young

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55 минут
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Издано:
22 сент. 2020 г.
ISBN:
9781664912489
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This book focuses on three important aspects of body language: Leadership, reading hints, and making eye contact.

 

It sounds so simple, but these are three of the most important factors in conversations between two people, or in a group, and they define who we are, what message we convey, and how to interpret those messages every day.

 

What is a person thinking when he or she raises their eyebrows, lets shoulders slump, or crosses their arms? What does eye contact signify in different situations?

 

Learn more. Find out what we are saying when we are not saying anything.

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Издано:
22 сент. 2020 г.
ISBN:
9781664912489
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