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Also I skipped a lot bory it because it was too sexualised. The Eyes Have It 77 Chapter 6: The good job the author did in classifying the separated content makes this text valuable as a referenceable guide. I was hoping th When they say this book is “for Dummies,” they aren’t kidding. Beware some grammatical troubles and a few spelling issues that may leave you shaking your head.
The chapters are well thought out and cover alot of ground within them, with each chapter seeming to extended endlessly in a good way with more and more information to learn and surprise us. I found very helpful the chapter on the different usage of body language in various cultures.
Sep 05, Musrifah Arfiati rated it really liked it. But what really annoyed me was how repetitive it was.
Refresh and try again. Not enough pictures, too many “anecnoteds” from the author elizaheth weren’t really relevent. In this book you’ll discover how the body reveals what people really mean and how you can use your body and your expressions to improve your self-image to others. At first this may seem like a no-brainer to many while others xummies skeptical to the science behind it, but there are so many indicators we are blind to that still affect us.
I also plan to read other titles on the subject to get more in-depth information. The only thing new I learned from this book was to sit at a 45 degree angle from someone if you want the conversation to be more open.
And if we just consider this book useful for referencing purposes only, then it would certainly negate my objection of there being an overwhelming amount of in-text references.
Too much text with little images. After reading several books on body language lwnguage things start to repeat. Trivia About Body Language For Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.
She also has numerous anecdotes to demonstrate the point. Jan 20, Toni McKilligan rated it really liked it.
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Dec 07, Kater Cheek rated it did not like it. It explores why we give the signals we do, how to read the most common expressions and goes on to show how you can use your new understanding of body language for success at work, in relationships and in your communication.
Everyone else is going to find it obvious and trite. Looking for beautiful books? It truly is fascinating and beneficial. I found this book quite interesting. Goodreads is the world’s largest site for readers with over 50 million reviews.
Body Language For Dummies by Elizabeth Kuhnke
cummies Meet the silent communicator — discover the origins of body language, how it evolved and the impact it has on all your communications and relationships Gestures ahead — find out how the tilt of your head, the lift of your brow and the tremble of your lip reveal elizabetj than the words that tumble from your mouth Ponder on posture — explore the impact of your posture on your thinking, attitude and perceptions — and how the body’s limbs reflect inner states and create impressions The power of positions — learn to eliizabeth signs of interest and dismissal, engage with a possible romantic partner and demonstrate confidence and positivity in the workplace Cross the cultural divide — get a glimpse of behaviours that are different from your own and pick up strategies for avoiding potential pitfalls Open the book and elizabbeth As an immigrant living in a foreign country I have encountered many a times difficulties in understanding or making me understood by non verbal body langu I found this book quite interesting.
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As an immigrant living in a foreign country I have encountered many a times difficulties in understanding or making me understood by non verbal body language. Published December 11th by For Dummies first published January 1st Nov 15, Dina Falah rated it it was ok.
The book repeats information unnecessarily. Chewing on the glasses of your earpiece is like sucking on a breast. This updated third edition includes new coverage of virtual meetings, multicultural outsourcing environments, devices, and boardroom behaviours for women, as well as insight into Harvard professor Amy Cuddy’s research into how body language affects testosterone and cortisol, as published in the Harvard Business Review.
The chapters got a little bit more specific, for example, the one with the eyes and the one with the body l The positives: It covers a wide variety of topics and even provides numerous examples of these situations and scenarios may play out and what can be done in them.
May 23, Ayman Gamal rated it it was ok. The Part of Tens Chapter Not that body language isn’t interesting enough!
Body Language For Dummies
Jan 27, Jen rated it really liked it. Whether you want to improve your prospects in job seeking, dating, or climbing the corporate ladder, Body Language For Dummies helps you translate the unspoken and get your message across. Great book with so many useful and practical tips. After a while I got tired of lines such as this: They weren’t as horrid as some I’ve read, but they weren’t great either.
Nov 12, Abdullah Almuslem rated it liked it. It covers a wide variety of topics and even provides numerous examples of thes Reading 52 challenge no.