By Vinay Mohan Sharma
Verbal exchange isn't consistently via sound or language. a lot may be stated with gestures and circulation of eyes. in truth, usually, it's the physique language that 'says' greater than phrases. Now observe the entire finer issues and the nuances of physique language during this masterly paintings. How does a thumb gesture exhibit dominance, superiority and aggression? How does dilation of eyes ship a romantic sign? What does a sideways look point out? Given those marvelous insights, the ebook can end up to be of big use for pros like advocates, medical professionals, policemen, judges, salesmen, politicians, judges, executives, bureaucrats and buyers and so on - briefly, people who find themselves primarily in public dealing. yet then, it's for all, a real consultant for examining habit and attitudes.
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