Jimmy Cooper

Body Language

Learning Body Language Has Never Been This Easy!
Avoid conflicts, and become a better communicator!

There are many things in adult life that no one seems to teach you about. Learning experiences may vary, but many valuable life skills seem untaught in the modern education system, and one of them being body language. 
Body language plays a vital role in communication, yet many don't know how to interpret body language or how to control their own body language so that they seem trustworthy to others. Everyone knows of its existence, but many don't use it or know what all the different gestures mean. You'll be surprised at how many people will think you're a bad person just because you didn't look them in the eye. Do you have trouble getting a job? If so, your lack of body language may be to blame. No one likes an interviewee who looks slouched. You'll learn:

• What is Body Language?
• Interpreting the Head and Face
• Learning to Use Body Languag
• Body Language In Other Cultures
• much, much more !

Read People, How To Analyze People & Learn Everything About The Art Of Body Language has everything you need to know. Even if you're aware of most non-verbal cues, there are some you may not be familiar about, and in this book, you'll learn them all.

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48 printed pages
Original publication



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    Seljanhas quoted4 days ago
    Locked Ankles

    Whenever someone is sitting down, they may lock their ankles together. The male version of this will have the legs spread a little bit, while the female version may have the knees together with the hands on top of one of the knees.

    Having your ankles locked could be a sign that you’re hiding something. Maybe you’re afraid, or maybe you’re holding back a negative opinion about someone. If you’re talking to someone and they have their ankles locked, figure out why they’re so nervous.
    Seljanhas quoted4 days ago
    Legs Together

    When you’re standing up and your legs are locked, this usually means that you are attentive. You may be listening to someone in authority, or just showing a sign of respect. When you’re at a formal event, practice keeping your legs together.

    Legs Apart

    On the other hand, what does it mean when your legs are spread? When they are apart, and when your feet are planted firmly on the ground, this is a sign of dominance. You’re showing others that you mean business, and you aren’t going anywhere. It’s a good way to show your confidence, and it looks cool, too.
    Seljanhas quoted4 days ago
    Fidgeting Feet

    Whenever a person is nervous, they’ll fidget in order to relieve themselves of tension. They may have learned to control their arms and body, but if they are clicking their toes, sliding out of their shoes, or just shaking, this could be a telling sign.

    If you feel nervous, try crossing your ankles. This should relieve yourself.

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