How can we understand the words of those around us?
How can we make ourselves more lovable?
How can have successful negotiations and even better performance when playing with our friends?
The answers to these questions are very useful in the book “Body Language – Allan Pease”.
To introduce body language, it should be noted that data is of great importance in today’s world. It is better to call it barrels of data because they are as valuable and decisive as oil. Humans have learned by experience to hear sounds well to get data from others, but it should be noted that this is only part of the story.
Suffice it to think about the issue that for years, you have been oblivious to hearing visual (non-verbal) words, while according to research, the world of human interaction is full of barrels of data that are expressed non-verbally.
The more data you have about your spouse, co-player, business partner, and even your client, the greater your ability to persuade and find a shorter path to your goals, and this is the power of data.
The book “Body Language” consists of seventeen chapters with illustrations and practical examples that comprehensively cover everything you need to know about this powerful language. The importance of knowing body language lies in the fact that what people say is often different from what they have in mind. By using the strategies explained in this book, you can influence your interaction and conquer everything that is called a game, whether the game of selling and negotiating or the game of life.
I invite you to explore the realm of this fascinating book.
For more information on body language, watch the Harvard Business School professor, Amy Cuddy’s Ted talk. This lecture is the second most viewed Ted Talk video in the world:
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