Body Language: Are You Seeing What You Think You’re Seeing?

Quite often when observing someone’s body language you’ll be under the impression you’re seeing something specific. Something you’ve read about, heard about, or been taught.

Guess what? Things aren’t always what they seem to be. Especially when it comes to decoding body language. This video will show you what to look for and why, when making decisions about what you’re seeing.

Body Language of A Con

(It’s Not What You Think It Is)

Body Language of a Con. Dr. Milton Erickson was the first to really lean into the study of human behavior as it relates to the interactions that create what he coined “Matching and Mirroring”. If you’ll observe best friends, family members, and even people who really admire each other but are just meeting for the first time, you’ll notice they will match and mirror each other.

A Potent Technique

This is a technique you can use not only when looking for the body language of a con and in meetings you can use it at home as well. The con man, grifter, confidence man, confidence woman use this technique from the moment you get near them. It makes you feel more relaxed and less wary around them. Especially when your money, property, or deal is involved.

Learn about matching and mirroring and keep an eye out for someone using to soon when talking to you. Especially someone you don’t know.

5 Reasons You Should Choose Scott Rouse as Your Keynote Speaker

As a human behavior analyst and Body Language Expert, Scott Rouse holds multiple certificates in advanced interrogation training and has been trained along side the FBI, Secret Service, U.S. Military Intelligence, and the Department of Defense.

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His extensive training, education, and practice of nonverbal communication has made him an expert and consultant to law enforcement as well as Fortune 100 companies, CEO’s, attorneys, executives, and entertainers. Scott is also a multi Grammy Nominated Producer and TEDx Speaker.

Your Body Language Superpower

Your Body Language Superpower. Body Language as a “Power” is cool to have. And like most people, you’ve always imagined what it would be like to have a real Superpower.

Today, I’ve got some great news for you. YOU ALREADY HAVE ONE. You may or may not be aware of it. If you’re not…

A Lame “Documentary” on Psychopathy

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“What Makes A Psychopath” – Netflix throws up a sad, misinformed presentation on psychopathy.  There are other ways to describe this weak attempt filled with misinterpretations and misguided ideas, however, it is nothing more than an amateur’s fascination with monsters that creates this lamely researched “documentary”.  It is one of the reasons the average person has no understanding or idea of what true psychopathy actually is.

I will be disecting this in a full post soon.

Are You Friends With A Psychopath On Facebook?

Here Are 4 Clues To Look For

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.

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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?

WANT TO SEE A TRUE PSYCHOPATH OUT IN THE WILD?

There are few things more chilling than watching what I call a True Psychopath out in the wild, before its been discovered.  That’s what you’ll see in this short clip from the HBO documentary The Jinx.
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Without knowing it, director Andrew Jarecki describes his subject, Robert Durst, using three of the most common traits found in a True Psychopath;  “I found him very engaging.  I would say charming.  He’s very funny.”