Body Language: Learn How to Stop Procrastination through Improving by William LISTER

(13b) Learn How to Stop Procrastination through Improving

Body language: learn how to stop procrastination through improving


If you finish this book and apply the principles laid out in it, you will most likely immediately see positive changes within the relationships that you have with other people. This will lead to you being more popular among others and getting more respect and reverence. 

 You will discover the secret strategies that have helped thousands of people to become a master in reading body language!

From analyzing facial expressions to understanding hands position, from reading others' emotions to deploying more empathy: everything will be clear once you go through the must-see techniques presented in this book!

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Secondary Genre: SELF-HELP / Affirmations

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, communication skills

Word Count: 4406

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Sample text:

Body language, or kinesics as it is technically referred to, has been separated into five categories by social scientists. In this chapter learn about each of these five categories in turn. 



Emblems are signals that are 'concrete' and have a defined meaning in a certain culture or context. A thumbs up gesture is understood to communicate that everything is “ok” or that something went well. 


Bear in mind that emblems are culturally sensitive however and that different regions in the world will have different meanings for the same emblems (covered in more detail in chapter 5).


Specific groups or subcultures may have their own emblems. It is not unusual for gangs or groups to develop their own emblems as a welcoming gestures or to show who is a member of the in-group. Think back to your school days – it is likely that you either had one of these emblems yourself or knew someone that did.


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