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learn to recognise body language

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Published by: waltermoore798 on Sep 01, 2012
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Body Language
Discover and Learn How to Read Body Language
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Legal Notice:- The author and publisher of this Ebook and the accompanyingmaterials have used their best efforts in preparing this Ebook. The author andpublisher make no representation or warranties with respect to the accuracy,applicability, fitness, or completeness of the contents of this Ebook. Theinformation contained in this Ebook is strictly for educational purposes.Therefore, if you wish to apply ideas contained in this Ebook, you are takingfull responsibility for your actions.The author and publisher disclaim any warranties (express or implied),merchantability, or fitness for any particular purpose. The author andpublisher shall in no event be held liable to any party for any direct,indirect, punitive, special, incidental or other consequential damages arisingdirectly or indirectly from any use of this material, which is provided “asis”, and without warranties.As always, the advice of a competent legal, tax, accounting or otherprofessional should be sought. The author and publisher do not warrant theperformance, effectiveness or applicability of any sites listed or linked to inthis Ebook. All links are for information purposes only and are not warrantedfor content, accuracy or any other implied or explicit purpose.
 
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Introduction .................................................................................... 3Chapter 2 – Aggressive Body Language ........................................................... 4Chapter 3 – Attentive Body Language .............................................................. 6Chapter 4 – Closed Body Language .................................................................. 7Chapter 5 – Deceptive Body Language ............................................................. 9Chapter 6 – Defensive Body Language ........................................................... 11Chapter 7 – Dominant Body Language ........................................................... 12Chapter 8 – Emotional Body Language ...........................................................13Chapter 9 – Evaluating Body Language .......................................................... 15Chapter 10 – Greeting Body Language ........................................................... 16Chapter 11 – Open Body Language .................................................................18Chapter 12 – Relaxed Body Language ............................................................ 19Chapter 13 – Power Body Language ............................................................... 20Chapter 14 – Ready Body Language ............................................................... 22Chapter 15 Romantic Body Language .......................................................... 23Chapter 16 Submissive Body Language ....................................................... 25Chapter 17 – Conclusion ................................................................................. 26Learn to speak body language2
 
Chapter 1 – Introduction
From infancy, we begin to use body language to express ourselves, fromeverything between needs and feelings. It is how we learn to get our needs met. As we age while learning to talk, we continue to use a series of body languagesignals along with a grunt here and there to entertain, have a need met, or showan emotion we are feeling that we are not yet able to express verbally. If, whilewe are young, our caretakers pick up our body language signals easily, as weage we are more apt to continue to refine the skill of using body language.However, when our body language signals go unnoticed as an infant or throughout childhood, in adulthood, the use of body language often goes to thewayside. Those are the adults you hear people refer to as “hard to read”. Although they can make great poker players, it does little for the art of subtlecommunication. Like the saying goes, if you don’t use it, you lose it, or in theleast, get real rusty at it.Life is a game of sorts. There are no guarantees in anything, however, you canhigher your odds in the game of life if practice, and not just your body languageskills, but your ability to read body language, and all other aspects of life.Communication through all forms is detrimental in life. It can make the differencebetween landing a dream job or that dream mate and many other factors.People use on an average of 50% body language to 50% verbal language whencommunicating.If you cannot pick up the subtle nuances of the body language someone isgiving, the message you may be receiving verbally could be quite different thenwhat they intended on it being. The more you try to use and learn how to pick upon body language signals the better you will get at it. If you don’t get it the firsttime, then continue to try and keep trying. People watching is a great way tobrush up on your ability to read body language. Go to a mall and just sit on abench and tryThere are several main types of body language. Two of the most common typesof body language people can pick up on easily generally are romantic andgreeting body language. Other forms of body language are aggressive,attentive, bored, closed, deceptive, defensive, dominant, emotional, evaluating,open, power, ready, relaxed, and submissive. We will look at each categorylisted alphabetically, and explain signals used in each.

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