What does your body language say about you?
How good are you are reading other people’s body language? What does your body language say about you?
Use the resources in this Pod to explore how to improve your body language, learn how to read it and how to use it to improve your relationships.
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Viewed over 55 million times this video sets up the subject perfectly. Amy Cuddy discusses how body language affects how others see us, but it may also change how we see ourselves.Watch
Lewis Howes, The School Of Greatness, interviews Vanessa Van Edwards. Vanessa is the queen bee of making an impression, body language, and the science of people. This Podcast covers how to create a bond with someone, how to detect a lie, and how to be the most memorable person at an event.Play
Masterclass brings you lessons in self-development from the experts in their fields. These cover the soft skills they don’t teach you in Business School – that can make all the difference to your career. Renowned Mentalist Gilan Gork is an expert on using body language and non-verbal cues to create influence and read others. Gilan gives us a master class on interpreting messages from body language.Play
What is your body position revealing about you? The Psych Files interviews Craig Baxter of All-About-Body-Language.com, who will tell us a bit more about this fascinating topic.Play
Former FBI agent and body language expert Joe Navarro breaks down the various ways we communicate non-verbally. What does it mean when we fold our arms? Why do we interlace our fingers? Can a poker player actually hide their body language?Watch
Body Language is jam packed with interesting science. Vanessa Van Edwards will show you the basics of body language, how to read other’s body language, and how to improve your own.Read Article
16 Ways to Improve Your Body Language. What you say is only the tip of the iceberg of communication. The rest lies in your body language. Nora Dunn for Wise Bread.Read Article
The things we don’t say can still convey volumes of information. Kendra Cherry for Very Well Mind.Read Article