How To Update Your Skill Set In Less Than 1 Hour. Have you ever felt like things have changed and nobody told you what that change was?
You didn’t see the change happen. And everything pretty much seems the same. But something’s just not right. And it’s coming from your side of the table.
When looking for Deception where do you start? Most people are under the impression that a person trained in nonverbal communication and body language can instantly see every deceptive cue on a person when they are looking for a liar.
I wish that were true. The closest thing to experiencing that would be asking a 5 year old that has a mouth full of Oreos, 20 minutes before dinner, if they know who took some cookies out of the cookie jar.
The Body Language of Chuck Norris meeting Benjamin Netanyahu shows the nonverbal cues of mutual admiration.
There are many body language cues that suggest someone truly likes you. I’ll show you a few of the easily spotted cues and some not so easily noticed…
Body Language, up close and very uncomfortable. Sometimes it’s obvious and sometimes it isn’t.
We’ve looked at adapters that tell us when a person is stressed or becoming stressed. They can be small and sometimes you can’t miss them…
I got so much email about reading the Body Language of jurors since that last post about Bull. So I’ll go into a bit more detail here.
It’s Day 1 of the trial and you’re listening to the opposing council’s opening statement. Is she connecting with the jury? How can you tell if she is or isn’t? If she isn’t, how can she change that?
Let’s take a look at some Nonverbal cues that will have you reading the body language of jurors in no time.
Bull, The Hit Show On CBS – Every now and then a TV show dealing with human behavior is created and you love it.
Because when you watch it, you feel as though you’re learning some “inside information” that you’ve never had access to before. CONTINUE…
Last year was huge for Body Language and Nonverbal Communication. That brings me to my top 5 Body Language posts of 2016.
The question I was asked daily in email, phone calls, and at speaking engagements was “Is he lying about _____?” and “Is she lying about _____?”.
3 Keys – Do you ever wonder if the body language you’re transmitting is saying what you think it is?
If you don’t know but you’d like to make a few, fast and easy improvements then read on my friend. This post is just for you…
What is Extra Face? There’s an expression you see every day. You see it on your favorite shows, you see it at social gatherings, you see it on Facebook.
And as soon as I tell you what it is and describe it, you’ll never go another day without noticing it. It’s something I coined and I call it Extra Face.
It’s time to clean out your body language junk drawer. You been gathering information and tips, old wive’s tales, stuff from movies, and things you hear in TV shows, and even “secrets” from so called experts.
And guess what… Most of that information is incorrect and/or incomplete. Yeah, I know. It sounds crazy. But I promise, it’s true…
We’re Live-Tweeting the last of this election’s Presidential debates. Follow Janine Driver, Mark Bowden, Greg Hartley, and me at #ReadPeople. We’re gonna have a blast!
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 preparation for the Trump Clinton Debate. I’ve never had so many people ask me the same 7 to 10 questions about nonverbal cues before…
“How do you know when Hillary is lying?” “Will I know when Trump is lying?” “What about Clinton and Trump faking anger, contempt, or happiness?”…
Greg Hartley and I had such a blast when we Live-Tweeted the Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump acceptance speeches, so we’ve decided to Live-Tweet the first Presidential Debate. It happens Monday so follow the hashtag #ReadPeople, that’s where we’ll be.