What did the Body Language of the 2nd Presidential debate really tell us? It told us a truck-load of information…
We saw Hillary and Trump use plenty of Body Language Gestures that were similar to the ones they used in the last debate. That was normal. We saw true anger and fake anger. As well as true disgust and fake disgust. We also saw disgust that was leaked from both candidates.
Body language, the Presidential debate, and 4 body language experts. For anyone even the least bit interested in body language or nonverbal communication, Sunday will be a goldmine of information for you. Whether you’re a professional or just finding your interest in detecting deception,
Hillary Clinton’s Body Language Live Tweeted Tonight by Body Language Experts Scott Rouse and Greg Hartley. Find out if Hillary is being honest or deceptive.
Is she disgusted or afraid? Know instantly whether or not she actually did what she said she did.
Last week they Live Tweeted Donald Trump’s Body Language during his acceptance speech. This week, it’s Hillary’s turn…
Go to Twitter and search #ReadHillary or click the photo.
Tonight Greg Hartley and I will Live-Tweet Donald Trump’s body language cues during his acceptance speech at the Republican National Convention (RNC).
Have you wondered what Trump is really thinking or feeling as he speaks to millions of people?
Now you’ll know. That is, if you follow the hashtag #ReadTrump tonight on Twitter. You’ll also want to follow Greg and Scott on Twitter. So here are their Twitter handles: @ScottRouse3 and @1GregHartley.
Greg Hartley and I will Live-Tweet the body language of the speakers at the RNC tonight. This is just a warm up for Donald Trump tomorrow night and Hillary Clinton next week. We make get help from Mark Bowden and Joe Navarro if all goes well. Remember to be there tomorrow night for Trump’s body language breakdown. Follow the action at #ReadPeople
Body Language On Snapchat
Body Language Plus Snapchat = Fascinating, weird, funny, educational.
Follow me on Snapchat. This is going to get interesting from the Nonverbal point of view. I’m going to show you the different human behaviors I see out in the wild as they relate to Body Language in realtime.
Some behaviors will seem obvious. And of course some behaviors won’t seem so obvious. Some behaviors may seem odd because you may not be familiar with them. Some behaviors will be fairly normal rather than strange or unusual. I’ll show you what I run across that I think you will find interesting and I’ll be showing the small, usually un-noticed behaviors that I personally find interesting.
Best Body Language Books For The Beach. Every time I speak somewhere people ask quite a few of the same questions. The number 2 or 3 question is usually “What are some books on body language you would suggest?”
There are some really good ones. There are also plenty to stay away from as well. Here’s a short list to get you off to a great start and headed in the right direction.