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Body Language Essentials

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This short book, "Body Language Essentials," is a collection of articles which Joe Navarro, the world-renowned body language expert, wrote primarily for the magazine, "Psychology Today" based around the topic of nonverbal communications. To avoid readers having to hunt down each and every article themselves, Joe put them altogether in this book with an explanation as to wh ...more
Kindle Edition, 54 pages
Published (first published June 8th 2010)
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Sep 16, 2016 Margarita rated it liked it
Quick guide for body language.

Favorite passages include:
"Hugh Grant is famous in the movies for his eyelid flutter whenever he screws something up."
"Bill Clinton during his deposition showed a high blink rate at times in excess of 92 per minute, but part of it was the high stress."
"Little to no eye contact is NOT lying. This has been the biggest myth in modern history. It could mean stress, or true comfort: do your friends keep eye contact at all times when they speak to you?"
"Whenever Debra M
May 20, 2012 Becky rated it did not like it

Not what I thought it would be. Brief but spends most of its time shilling for Navarro's other books. It is more filled with accounts of how Navarro used his skills to catch someone lying during his (insert number here) year career in the FBI. If I read that once I read it 25 times. I didn't even spend the time to read the last 20 pages because it never got any better.
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Joe Navarro is an author, public speaker and ex-FBI agent. Navarro specializes in the area of nonverbal communication or body language and has authored numerous books.
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