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يعتبر هذا الكتاب من أكثر الكتب مبيعا حول العالم، حيث يكشف أسرار الإيمات التي تنتج أثناء التواصل مع الآخرين، يعطيك الفهم بهذا العلم ثقة بالنفس والقدرة على التحكم بأي محادثة وجها لوجه مما يجعلك تحسن انطباعك اﻷول لدى اﻷخرين بحيث تترك إنطباعا جيدا لديهم، ويساعدك أيضا في معرفة كيف أن شخصا ما يكذب، وكيف تحصل على تعاون اﻷخرين، ويساعدك لإجتياز المقابلات الشخصية والمفاوضة بنجاح، وأ ...more
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Published (first published 2004)
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Dan Liggins I personally haven't read 'Body Language for Dummies' but I really would recommend this as a general read to learn a lot more about body language mann…moreI personally haven't read 'Body Language for Dummies' but I really would recommend this as a general read to learn a lot more about body language mannerisms & signals within a business sector & for sure as a public speaker. Analyzing yourself & audiences is displayed in such an easy way in this book.
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Първата ми книга на Алън Пийз. Нуждае се от повече тестване за доказване на практическите резултати, досега мога да кажа че ранните алфа тестове са напълно положителни!
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