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Sep 04, Serith rated it it was amazing Shelves: Okay, Dummies, I suppose. Book ratings boyd Goodreads. As in the title: The chapters got a little bit more hody, for example, the one with the eyes and the one with the body language stood out to me.
Maybe it can give you a few pointers to find the right spear-thrower to provide mammoth meat for you while you whelp babies back in the cave.
Crossing the Cultural Divide Chapter I do that, but I’ve never written about a character doing that, so I guess I could say I learned that from this book. This should be normal, except that languafe order in which things are discussed and even some phrasings are as if merely copy-pasted from other older books.
There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Like all Dummies books, Body Language is neatly laid out and well-organized. Whether you want to improve your prospects in job seeking, dating, or climbing the corporate ladder, Body Language For Eelizabeth helps you translate the unspoken and get your message across.
I understand that the Dummies book usually do this, and for good reason because it can definitely be useful if you want to delve into another related topic and it may be the reason why I came across this book in the first place. Apr 05, Mike Morgenstein rated it liked it.
Meet the silent communicator — discover the origins of body language, how it evolved and the impact it has on all your communications and relationships Gestures ahead — find out how the tilt of your head, the lift of your brow and the tremble of your lip reveal more than the words that tumble from your mouth Ponder on posture — explore the impact of your posture on your thinking, attitude and perceptions — and how the body’s limbs reflect inner states and create impressions The power of positions — learn to read signs of interest and dismissal, engage with a possible romantic partner and demonstrate confidence and positivity in the workplace Cross the cultural divide — get a glimpse of behaviours that are different from your own and pick up strategies for avoiding potential pitfalls Open the book and find: The Part of Tens Chapter Ten Ways to Spot Deception Chapter Defining Body Language 7 Chapter 2: And it is injected with the requisit amount of humour to keep thing interesting.
In the end of the day, despite my reservations, this text is useful and I will probably reference back to it for certain things but it definitely has its limitations in many ways.
At first this may seem like a no-brainer to m This book is the perfect hand guide for a writer. She also has numerous anecdotes to demonstrate the point. Apr 13, Zunaid Hassan rated it it was ok. The international section, in particular, is a little too sketchy and sparse on detail. It also, as with most books of this type, the advice skews heavily towards people who need to bullshit others–salespeople and daters.
Body Language For Dummies
Also I skipped a lot of it because it was too sexualised. Um, for most women, I’d say it’s not even in the top five, and most of those five are not displayed while wearing business attire. Other books in the series.
If the pupils dilated, the trader knew SHE was offering too good a deal and had to negotiate harder. Body language is a fascinating topic that reveals how the human mind works.
Paperbackpages. The book is very well laid out, making it easy to digest he information which at face value may intimated someone out of learning this externally interesting information.
Poor copyediting, at the very least. This is the basic langyage of communication and it seems silly to write it off as nonsense. I wouldn’t recommend this read.
Chewing on the glasses of your earpiece is like sucking on a breast. Dec 30, Zezee rated it it was ok Recommended to Zezee by: Elizabeth runs workshops, training courses and coaching programmes, and speaks regularly at business events and international conferences.
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