Start here for a short crash course in Lie Spotting
Dummies Guide To Lie Spotting. When you’re in the Iie spotting business, every deception cue jumps up, slaps you in the face and says “Look at me!”.At the same time, every cue suggesting normality and all is well, jumps up, slaps you in the face and says “Look at me!”
Where do you start if you’re not going to make a career out nonverbal studies?What if you just want to know the basics to help you make the best decision you can in those few moments when it counts?Well, you’ve come to the right place.Because I’m gonna tell you and show you exactly what you want to know.
You’d think a “Body Language Expert”, “Behavior Analyst” or “Human Lie Detector” would be 100% honest every time they opened their mouth.Guess what?There’s one question you can ask to spot a Body Language Expert lying and be 100% accurate.As well, it will generate an array of Body Language cues not many people get to see them transmit.
Here’s what will happen as soon as you ask the question.There will be a slight but obvious pause.A smile will be triggered during the pause and it will grow.Sometimes into a full-blown Duchenne Smile.Sometimes just a simple semi-controlled smile.At that point they will answer…
Awesome GIFs of Body Language. You can make someone laugh, cry, understand what you’re thinking, intending, or planning by just using your Body Language.However, it can be tough to do.Some are better at communicating nonverbally than others.
Actors, politicians, and comedians attempt to communicate as clearly as possible.Sometimes while hundreds of thousands or even millions of people are looking at them.And it is imperative their Body Language matches what they are saying, relaying, or intending. Amazingly enough, GIFs can help pass along their messages…
Have You Friended A Psychopath On Facebook? Here Are 4 Clues To Look For: On June 30 of this year Susan Mayo, mother of 32 year old Nathan Sebastian was reported missing.Not long before that, Nathaniel shot his mother in the head, put her body in a barrel, then buried it under their front porch.
Were there clues his friends and family missed that could have let them know he would do something like this?Were there Body Language cues he transmitted that they missed as well?Could you have spotted them?I’ll bet you could have, if you had known what to look for.
Let’s take a look at what nonverbal cues and clues you would have seen if you had been hanging around with Nathan over the past year.And as you do that, think about your Facebook friends.Does anything here look or sound familiar?
Video Interview by Brandon from Life's Secret Sauce
Discover Your Inner Sherlock Holmes I had a blast talking with Brandon from Life’s Secret Sauce blog. We talked about everything from the secret to tapping into, as well as learning how to Discover Your Inner Sherlock Holmes to understanding who is lying to you and why.
The interview is fairly short but we cover a great many topics. We talked about how to practice what Sherlock Holmes skills you have learned about Body Language in restaurants and the common situations you find yourself in every day… continue
3 Truths About Lies. Over the years you’ve heard more about body language and nonverbal cues than you can possibly keep track of. And it can be tough to suss out what is actually valid and useable information from what is bogus or incomplete.
To help you untangle the good from the bad, I’ve laid out 3 popular myths you’ve most likely heard. I’ll break them down and show you why they aren’t valid. Altogether I’ve got close to 50 of these things. Here are the first 3 Truths About Lies… (Keep in mind, these are in no specific order.)
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.