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  • Body Language (How to Analyze People Reading Non-Verbal Communication, Understanding Hidden Thoughts and Exploit Them to Improve Your Communication and Negotiation Skills)

  • Manipulation Secrets, Book 1
  • By: Richard Selmer
  • Narrated by: Jason Belvill
  • Length: 3 hrs and 18 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Categories: Business & Careers, Career Success

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Publisher's Summary

Did you know your body language can influence what your friends, family, boss, and strangers think about you? Would you like to understand what people really think? 

Verbal communication can lie; body language can't.

Non-verbal communication makes up to more than 30 percent of our communication.

Scratching your head, folding your arms, crossing your legs, and even picking or touching your nose: Every action that you make means something. The secret is to take charge of your body and learn the language of your body.

When you take charge of your body, you can use your body language for different positive benefits such as negotiation and manipulate people positively.

To do this, you need to understand the people and their body language.

All this is widely discussed in the book.

Here are some of the things you will learn:

  • Why you should master body language
  • How to understand people's body language and what they really think
  • Aspects that will improve your life through body language
  • How nurturing these cues will enhance your negotiation skills
  • Become dominant by conquering your body language
  • The non-verbal cues that will help you in manipulation
  • How having positive body language will improve your communication skills
  • How to influence and manipulate people through body language
  • How to use your body language to improve your personal and professional life

When we talk we say very little because it's our body that does the real talking! We express so much more subconsciously through our physical behavior, body posture, gestures, eye movement, facial expressions, touch, and the use of space. So why not learn how to use this to your advantage? Or just take time to read about because it is very interesting.

This book has the ability to totally change your life. You will learn what body language signs you should look for when you want to know whether the person who is talking to you is telling the truth or is trying to con you. It will always give you that edge so you can adjust your game plan to steer things in the direction you want!

Would You Like To Know More?

Then, buy now!

©2019 Richard Selmer (P)2020 Richard Selmer

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  • Michael Klein
  • 07-03-2020

Who Need Work With Communication Skills?

Body dialect can be a difficult thing to memorize and employ, particularly in the event that you've got Asperger like I do. Learning to communicate with peers utilizing any kind of non verbal dialect was difficult for me until I investigate this book. Whereas I am still socially frightened to conversation with a part of individuals I do not know, this book did provide insight into what certain motions cruel and what I may well be depicting to individuals without indeed knowing it.

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  • Fredrick Markus
  • 07-03-2020

It'll be your best beneficiary purchase!

Without further ado after learning I have Asperger, I realized my social aptitudes required work, so I started investigating this and comparative books. I found myself taking plentiful time with each page due to how considerable each segment is. Indeed the sections on hands, which I never thought of as as well socially critical, demonstrated to me how basic handshakes and informative signals can be in interpersonal communication. Typically a must have for anybody inquisitive about social brain research, and an great source of data for anybody with social ungainliness.

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  • Leslie G. Bowen
  • 07-03-2020

Achieved lots of social skills through listening!

Whether a audience considers this a five-star book or a one-star book depends generally on what your specific needs are. I'm almost half-way through this book (I investigate asset books like this a number of pages a day over a period of months) and it is precisely what I required. The tone is light, not impeded down in academic-style exposition, and has as of now given me a few bits of knowledge and models for character behavior. I consider it a great expansion to my reference rack.

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  • James D. Stromain
  • 07-03-2020

Perceive the language of human body.

It does not go into each sort of common body signal, but certainly sufficient to keep you active for a whereas. Instantly after I begun tuning in this book I started to take note the behaviors in myself and my colleagues. I think this book is more valuable for reading individuals in social or individual circumstances since it is much less demanding to precisely studied someone's body dialect in a purer/ more normal state.

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  • Patricia Langley
  • 13-03-2020

Lots of information and great performance

A very systematic and thorough analysis of non-verbal communication. Starting with an introduction to core behaviors based on our limbic brain, the rest of the book is easily understood. The areas unfold in a good flow and in the right place. The production is more like a decent radio show, in which the author's narration, even though pretty unusual at the beginning, perfectly fits.

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  • Gloria
  • 07-03-2020

Has the ability to totally change your life.

When I make suspicions based on the book in trade settings I have been off-base since so numerous components may lead to the feeling that's making the dialect and most of which have nothing to do with me or the current interaction. In individual settings it is spot on and can some of the time be exceptionally engaging. The chapter talking almost ladies and what their facial expressions demonstrate is invaluable and men ought to investigate it fair so they know when to chance course in their behavior or discussion.

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  • Roosevelt
  • 19-03-2020

Incredible book of Body Language!

Incredible book of Body Language. Clearly the creator has built up a ton of information by utilizing non-verbal communication in his law authorization work. I suggest this book. Much appreciated speaker for composing a decent book.

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  • Ryan
  • 19-03-2020

It was an enjoyable listen.

A phenomenal book! I will now look at everybody in a different way, and try not to be creepy when I pay attention to their body language.Seriously, though, this was fascinating.I am satisfied this book!

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  • Harold Moore
  • 15-03-2020

expression guide book

It includes much more than a discussion of facial expressions. The audiobook goes above and beyond to talk about just about every type of body language possible.

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  • Dorothy Williams
  • 15-03-2020

This book was very interesting

This book was very interesting, and I enjoyed the parts about extroversion, intuition, thinking, and judging. It has some really great and proven techniques for analyzing people and listening to the body language of people.

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  • Layla Harmer
  • 06-03-2020

It contains natural manual references!

The great and terrible news is that it conveys as guaranteed. It is bite-sized and still comprehensive in archiving the horde angles of body dialect and their conceivable translations. The disillusionment, for me at slightest, is that there was no story-telling. The book is as dry as a standard reference manual, valuable with being especially curiously. I highlighted a few pieces that I can investigate utilizing progressing, but I was fair a small disillusioned within the book relative to my claim desires.

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  • Brayden Kingsley
  • 06-03-2020

Grand Reference Book for Nonverbal Behavior!

I've been considering nonverbal behavior for numerous a long time, and have learned most of what I know from Richard and his superb books! I've investigated by Richard, and what it's as word reference of nonverbal I've come over. There are a few online body dialect word references, but in my encounter, those are difficult to explore when searching for a particular flag. Usually the culminate estimate to put in a briefcase or purse so you'll effectively carry it with you once you travel or are progressing to a assembly and need to prep previously on nonverbal signals to seek for.

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  • Sara Prowse
  • 06-03-2020

Teaches me a lot to analyze people.

Best book on body dialect I've investigate over ever. I lurched over the author’s Facebook page which is where I learned approximately the book. The book is well-organized, so you'll be able discover particular nonverbal effectively. Like a word lexicon, it's a comprehensive posting of brief clarifications of a tremendous run of nonverbal.

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  • Taylah Neitenstein
  • 06-03-2020

Exists in my recommendation!

Richard is the preeminent master in non-verbal behavior. I have investigated most of his books on the subject and this book is the quintessential non-verbal reference direct utilizing his a long time of think about on this subject. I would exceedingly prescribe this book for anybody genuine almost examining non-verbal behavior. There are numerous creators out there that claim to get it non-verbal behavior but as it were Richard, in my supposition, has really given logical substantiation to his perceptions.

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  • Eden Karloan
  • 06-03-2020

Exceptionally documented with insightful facts.

I might want to include that I think investigating his book what everyone is stating first will give a superior understanding with regards to the substance of this book. Richard is a brilliant instructor of non-verbal conduct and I accept this gives another amazing case of his mastery on the issue. I would likewise prescribe those keen on nonverbal conduct look at Richard's site which, to me, has been an extraordinary asset for non-verbal conduct contemplates.

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  • Kristina
  • 20-03-2020

This audio book has something good for everyone

Astonishing and fascinating to peruse. I didn't have any thought what Force Presenting was until I perused this audio book and which gave me a superior comprehension of what it was. Force Presenting is essentially the craft of presenting yourself in such a way, that radiates power. This audio book is elegantly composed, clear and exceptionally instructive.

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  • Alisa
  • 20-03-2020

Learn To listen The Body!

Mastering the ability of understanding body language could turn your life upside down, in a good way, of course. You will find it much easier to connect with other people, whether professionally or privately, since you will be more confident now that you know how to make sense of every gesture, every little tick that you couldn't even notice until you got yourself familiar with the basics of body language.

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  • Sanaya
  • 20-03-2020

Fascinating audio book by a former FBI agent

I love that he gives options on what body language signs usually mean and can mean. For instance, I am a visual learner and I may not make eye contact because I am watching a movie in my mind recalling details as I tell a story.

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  • 20-03-2020

Very interesting

Fascinating little audio book describing a vast assortment of things that can be unconsciously communicated through our movements and expressions.

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  • Alexander
  • 19-03-2020

Interesting and very useful book

This a very much pretty book that I ever buy.The content of this book is very much heart touching and knowledgeable .Author speaks this book very well.I highly Recommended this book to everyone .Thanks author for such an interesting book.

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