Body Language: Improve Performance, Influence Others and Succeed in Life by Alexia Franco

(45b) Improve Performance, Influence Others and Succeed in Life

Body language: improve performance, influence others and succeed in life


As a kind of nonverbal communication, body language is necessary to communicate thoughts, feelings and intentions through facial expression, touch, movement of eyes, gesture and body posture. Body language is not a sign language, but it is a full language used to communicate and understand the feelings and intentions of your family members and colleagues. Body language doesn’t use interpretation and grammar. 

This book will help you gain comprehensive insights into the world of manipulation, negative persuasion. It will blow the lid off the clever and sneaky manipulation tactics people use to have their way over you. It will also help you recognize situations where you have been manipulated. In addition to this, you'll also learn how to fight back against manipulation and be in control of certain situations.


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Secondary Genre: SELF-HELP / General

Language: English

Keywords: Psychology, personality, relationship, body language, body language secrets, body language training, how to analyze people, NLP and Persuasion for Manipulation, Influence, communication skills

Word Count: 3132

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Philosophers and scientists have connected human physical behavior with meaning, mood and personality for thousands of years, but only in living memory has the study of body language become as sophisticated and detailed as it is today. 

Body language studies and written works on the subject are very sparse until the mid-1900s. 

The first known experts to consider aspects of body language were probably the ancient Greeks, notably Hippocrates and Aristotle, through their interest in human personality and behavior, and the Romans, especially Cicero, relating gestures to feelings and communications. Much of this early interest was in refining ideas about oration - speech-making - given its significance to leadership and government. 

Isolated studies of body language appeared in more recent times, for example, Francis Bacon in Advancement of Learning, 1605, explored gestures as reflection or extension of spoken communications. John Bulwer's Natural History of the Hand published in 1644, considered hand gestures. Gilbert Austin's Chironomia in 1806 looked at using gestures to improve speech-making. 

Charles Darwin in the late 1800s could be regarded as the earliest expert to have made a serious scientific observation about body language, but there seems little substantial development of ideas for at least the next 150 years. 

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