The other is a collection of gestures, expressions, and movements that constitute body language. How to Read a Person Like a Book is a virtual dictionary. How to Read a Person Like a Book book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Learn what your friend, your lover, your boss are. That's because, the Peases write in "The Definitive Book of Body Language," an open of "How to Read a Person Like a Book," there wasn't a single settlement.
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The material has been arranged so that the parts make up a meaningful whole: the gestures making clusters of gestures that make up attitudes dealing with. We look hard right and lean our head hard right as both a reflection and super- typical than I Can Read Y How to Read a Person Like a Book - Gerard I. Editorial Reviews. From the Publisher. I took a road trip in January, drove from Dallas to New How to Read a Person Like a Book by [Nierenberg, Gerard I.
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Participate in the group without expecting always to be in command 3. Write things down; work from a list, prioritize in order of importance 2. Get the less appealing tasks of the day over with early in the day 3. Pay attention to your time management 15 Speed up your actions by getting into some projects more quickly 3. Desensitize yourself so you aren't negatively affected by others' feelings 18 Modify your criticism whether spoken or unspoken of others' work 2. Check only the critical things as opposed to everything 3.
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Gerard Nierenberg's proven techniques for gaining control of negotiations, detecting lies, or recognizing signals of affection and sexual attraction will dramatically improve your understanding of others, giving you the advantage of added insight into all social and business situations.
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AudioBooks were the solution. After listening to How to Read a Person Like a Book somewhere between Memphis and Nashville, every single gesture was analyzed, and in a small way, still is. And now I'm very conscious of what my body language is and I don't sit in meetings with my arms folded in front of me. See all Editorial Reviews. Product details File Size: Not Enabled. Would you like to tell us about a lower price? Share your thoughts with other customers. Write a customer review.
Read reviews that mention body language read a person easy to read person like nonverbal communication common sense like a book time ago gestures and postures gabriel grayson decent introduction long time introduction to body recommend this book good book book interesting book was published book is a great great book material book. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Paperback Verified Purchase. This easy to read and relatively small book attempts to cover body language in a variety of areas of human interaction, and therefore barely scratches the surface in interpreting body language.
You may not be able to read a person like a book just by reading this book, but this book is a decent introduction into body language. The authors appropriately point out that different gestures and expressions in isolations are just like words, and that it is important to take into consideration how these different gestures and expressions relate to each other, how much they support the meaning of each other, the verbal language that accompanies them, the individual's cultural background, the health condition of the person, individual's habitual behavior, possible environmental factors, and anything else that may be contributing to the expression of a particular gesture.
At the beginning of the book, some expressions, gestures, postures and body movement are illustrated. Later chapter of the book, in an attempt to cover as many different situations for observing the body language as possible, there is only a listing of expressions, gestures or postures to which you may want to pay attention.
And when it comes to body language related to courtship and relationships, there are other books that offer much more information, like The Flirting Bible. This book does share a few pages on body language children may use to communicate, body language in courting, body language used in negotiations, body language used in sales, body language used in a courtroom, body language used at social gatherings, and you may find it useful as a general overview and a brief introduction, and then keep up exploring other books, perhaps What Every Body is Saying, The Definitive Book of Body Language, Winning Body Language, The Naked Brain, and whatever else piques your interest.
For all of us in a relationship--and who of us isn't in some way--this is a must read. Having been in sales and sales training, I'd list this as required reading. Get this book!
This book is very reasonable, concise and clear. I like the fact that the author begins by saying that none of these physical signs are undisputably written in stone.
He takes into account cultural differences, peoples upbringing and the like. However, be careful. Mass Market Paperback Verified Purchase.