Joe Navarro


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Cienfuegos, Cuba
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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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What Every Body is Saying: ...

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3.91 avg rating — 15,076 ratings — published 2008 — 42 editions
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Dangerous Personalities: An...

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Phil Hellmuth Presents Read...

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3.64 avg rating — 390 ratings — published 2006 — 9 editions
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Louder Than Words: Take You...

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Three Minutes to Doomsday: ...

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The Power Of Body Language:...

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Body Language Essentials

3.88 avg rating — 66 ratings — published 2010 — 3 editions
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Clues to Deceit: A Practica...

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The Psychology of Body Lang...

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Narcissists Among Us

3.75 avg rating — 60 ratings — published 2012 — 2 editions
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“The problem is that most people spend their lives looking but not truly seeing, or, as Sherlock Holmes, the meticulous English detective, declared to his partner, Dr. Watson, “You see, but you do not observe.”
Joe Navarro, What Every Body is Saying: An Ex-FBI Agent's Guide to Speed-Reading People

“the best predictor of future behavior is past behavior.”
Joe Navarro, What Every Body is Saying: An FBI Agent's Guide to Speed-Reading People

“Because we are social animals, we not only lie for our own benefit, but we lie for the benefit of each other (Vrij, 2003, 3–11).”
Joe Navarro, What Every Body is Saying: An FBI Agent's Guide to Speed-Reading People

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Dangerous Personalities: An FBI Profiler Shows You How to Identify and Protect Yourself from Harmful People. Joe Navarro lists 130 questions to determine if someone is truly a narcissist. Go down the list and check if you have one. Almost everyone has at least one trait.

None of these
 
  4 votes, 36.4%

Is often envious of others or believes that others are envious of him.
 
  2 votes, 18.2%

Is considered to be or acts like a bully.
 
  1 vote, 9.1%

Talks at you rather than with you.
 
  1 vote, 9.1%

Has a tendency to see her problems as unique or more acute than anyone else's.
 
  1 vote, 9.1%

Is arrogant or haughty in behavior or attitude.
 
  1 vote, 9.1%

Is excessively self-centered to the point of alienating others by being so "I" or "me" oriented.
 
  1 vote, 9.1%

Has an exaggarated sense of privilege that allows him to bend rules and break laws.
 
  0 votes, 0.0%

Is interpersonally exploitative of others and takes advantage of others for personal gain.
 
  0 votes, 0.0%

Has a sense of entitlement, expecting to be treated as someone special or given priority at all times.
 
  0 votes, 0.0%

Requires excessive admiration from others.
 
  0 votes, 0.0%

Lacks empathy and is unable to recognize the needs or suffering of others.
 
  0 votes, 0.0%

Believes she should only associate with other special successful or high-status people.
 
  0 votes, 0.0%

Is hypersensitive to how she is seen or perceived by others.
 
  0 votes, 0.0%

Has regularly irritated or upset you, and other complain of the same.
 
  0 votes, 0.0%

Routinely sepnds an inordinate amount of time on grooming, looking good, and being pampered.
 
  0 votes, 0.0%

Tends to overvalue himself and his capabilities in almost all things.
 
  0 votes, 0.0%

Has devalued others as being inferior, incapable, or not worthy.
 
  0 votes, 0.0%

Has ignored the needs of others, including biological (food, water, etc), physical (housing, clothing, etc) emotional (love, touching, hugging, etc) and financial needs, on multiple occasions.
 
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Often talks about his need to lead, to be in charge, to exercise power, or for achieving immediate success.
 
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Has a grandiose idea of who she is
 
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Projects self-importance beyond position, experience or what has been duly earned
 
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