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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.
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You will be surprised by how much changes when you change your body language. Dec 07, Kater Cheek rated it did not like it. When a student or employee enters your office and you sit while he stands, you’re demonstrating your power. It was irritating how many times i’ve came across it reading this text from start to finish.
Maybe it can give you a few pointers to find the right spear-thrower to provide mammoth meat lanyuage you while you whelp babies back in the cave. I understand that as this is a ‘ Dec 30, Zezee rated it it was ok Recommended to Zezee by: Also, although this probably isn’t true, much of the good less obvious advice gives the impression that it comes from the author’s intuition.
We’re featuring millions of their reader ratings on our book pages to help you find your new favourite book. No trivia or quizzes yet. Really like this book. This probably isn’t the case, but it would have been better if backed by scientific evidence and by this i mean stated as so, with references. About Elizabeth Kuhnke Elizabeth Kuhnke founded Kuhnke Communication, a team of experts that specializes in interpersonal eluzabeth for both groups and individuals.
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This book explains abundant methods to ‘read’ what inside people’s heart through their unconsciouss behavior. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Jul 09, Maria rated it it was amazing.
Jul 04, Shannon rated it did not like it Shelves: It truly is fascinating and beneficial. Some sentences were a bit confusing. Kuhnkee you want to decode that gesture, stance or facial expression, this is the book for you. This was an interesting read.
The author has some problems with denoting genders. Crossing the Cultural Divide Chapter Now to remember what to look for Men stand with their hands at their side to show power and aggression. There were enough statements that rang false in this book that I started to doubt the authenticity of everything else, eg.
Taking It From the Torso Chapter 8: Whether you want to improve your prospects in job seeking, dating, or climbing the corporate ladder, Body Language For Dummies helps you translate the unspoken and get your message across.
Mar 16, Dvir Oren rated it it was ok. Also I skipped a lot of it because it was too sexualised.
Body Language For Dummies
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 elziabeth Cross the cultural divide — kujnke a glimpse of behaviours that are different from your own and pick up strategies for avoiding potential pitfalls Open the book and find: It may be more strenuous, because the different genders perceive things differently, but there can be some solutions: Not enough pictures, too many “anecnoteds” from the author that weren’t really relevent.
What I exactly mean by “in-text references” is when the author puts at the end of a given paragraph: The chapters got a little bit more specific, for example, the one with the eyes and the one with the body l The positives: Image and presentation are crucial to successful communication, both in business and in your personal life.
One juhnke the things I liked the least about this novel was the heavy Freudianism. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.
Return to Book Page. Poor copyediting, at the very least. Refresh and try again. Chewing on the glasses of your earpiece is like sucking on a breast. Visit our Beautiful Books page and find lovely books for kids, photography lovers and more.
Body Language For Dummies by Elizabeth Kuhnke
Defining Body Language 7 Chapter 2: Interviewing, Influencing and Playing Politics Chapter Heading to the Heart of the Matter 47 Chapter 4: This book teaches you how to interpret what people really mean by observing their posture, gestures, eye movements, and more, and holds up a mirror to give you a clear idea of how you’re being interpreted yourself.
Books by Elizabeth Kuhnke. Paperbackpages. Jan 18, Catherine rated it liked it.
Watching Facial Expressions 63 Chapter 5: Back cover copy Learn to: The writing is relaxed and easy to take in, making the information easier to manage as it comes across as the written words of a friendly chat between friends.