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The Body Language Rules

Judi James
Remember, you need to be aware of your facial signals?you?re on the wrong side of your eyebal s to monitor them al the time but that doesn?t mean they?re of low importance .
The Body Language Rules - Judi James Location 1572-1573 - Your Highlight on Page 103 | Added on Sunday, June 17, 2012, 11:02 AM
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I glancing away or down at a key point in your dialogue could also make you look dishonest or deceitful
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if you?re being put on the spot and you lift your eyes up and to your left you?ll seem to be recalling the truth . However by lifting them up and toward your right you might seem like a liar .
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I your direction of gaze will tend to signal that?s where you?d rather be . So if you keep looking at the door when someone?s talking, or gazing at other people who walk by, you?ll imply you?d rather leave or at least be talking to someone else .
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I When it?s you doing the speaking, remember to alternate between using eye contact and looking away for short spaces of time . Too much prolonged eye contact when you speak can look intimidating or even dishonest .
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I Use 100 percent eye contact when you?re listening to someone, but add nodding into the repertoire as well or you?ll look like a crazy staring person
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Your facial expression is everything when you want to register concerned listening . Tilt your head forward slightly and apply the ghost of a frown . Narrow your eyes very slightly and prepare to do the business with your mouth . From then on it?s all down to what?s called facial mirroring, which means subtly copying the speaker?s own facial expressions or emotions . Do beware dissonant expressions
The Body Language Rules - Judi James Location 1508-1510 - Your Highlight on Page 99 | Added on Sunday, June 17, 2012, 10:51 AM
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I never produce what is known as the flash smile or the lightning smile . This is the name for smiles that appear from nowhere and disappear just as suddenly . A genuine smile might appear suddenly but would hang around for longer
The Body Language Rules - Judi James Location 1456-1458 - Your Highlight on Page 96 | Added on Sunday, June 17, 2012, 10:39 AM
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you?ve seen a friend . Then imagine you?re about to share a joke with that friend . Once you?ve perfected the eye smile you can go on to work on the mouth . Start with a closed-lip smile then widen it to a smile that shows upper and lower teeth (although not all of them!) . Does your smile look open and genuine or does it look as though someone?s shouted ?Say cheese?? Think of something funny if you?re struggling . Keep working on your smile until it looks and feels genuine .
The Body Language Rules - Judi James Location 1448-1451 - Your Highlight on Page 95 | Added on Sunday, June 17, 2012, 10:38 AM
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smiling with the mouth but not the eyes will create what looks like a mirthless or joyless smile
The Body Language Rules - Judi James Location 1446-1446 - Your Highlight on Page 95 | Added on Sunday, June 17, 2012, 10:37 AM
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Your smile should always look even and relaxed .
The Body Language Rules - Judi James Location 1441-1441 - Your Highlight on Page 94 | Added on Sunday, June 17, 2012, 10:36 AM
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I Work it around the eye area until al your facial muscles feel more relaxed . I Then poke the tip of your tongue into the roof of your mouth to relax any tension in the jaw . I Then start to apply the smile (the next thing you?re going to learn) .
The Body Language Rules - Judi James Location 1428-1430 - Your Highlight on Page 94 | Added on Sunday, June 17, 2012, 10:34 AM
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I close your eyes for a second or two and imagine a nice lukewarm iron is running over your entire face, getting rid of all the knotted muscles and frown or stress lines .
The Body Language Rules - Judi James Location 1426-1427 - Your Highlight on Page 94 | Added on Sunday, June 17, 2012, 10:33 AM
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The signal for this kiss will be close heads and matching eye contact?if your partner looks away, then abort the mission because he or she?s not interested .
The Body Language Rules - Judi James Location 2003-2004 - Your Highlight on Page 131 | Added on Sunday, June 17, 2012, 06:00 PM
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Use eye-gaze as you listen and combine it with all the nodding and mirroring we?ve discussed in earlier chapters, but add one more dramatic eye gesture: once you?ve held the eye-gaze for a certain amount of time, allow your eyes to drop down to the speaker?s lips for a second or two . Soften your facial expression . This will register genuine attraction and a desire to kiss
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I Or he might get playful, doing joke hitting . This is part of the sexual touch exploration ritual . It is really only appropriate once you start to get to know one another . Anyone who uses play-hits as a pick-up should be avoided .
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By extending your gaze for one second more than the normal time you?ll be telling your potential mate a lot of very complex information to do with sex and romance . Modern manners tell us it?s rude to stare so you?ll probably alternate a prolonged gaze with a dropping of the head and the eyes, followed by the secondary glance upward at the other person . This second glance
The Body Language Rules - Judi James Location 1833-1835 - Your Highlight on Page 120 | Added on Sunday, June 17, 2012, 05:33 PM
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eye Buzz When you see someone you find attractive your instinctive desire will be to gaze and appraise
The Body Language Rules - Judi James Location 1830-1831 - Your Highlight on Page 120 | Added on Sunday, June 17, 2012, 05:32 PM
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Touch is a powerful affecter?even subtle touch will need conscious thought and maybe preparation . ? Touch test whenever possible. Was your touch accepted? Did the other person signal for you to proceed or back off? ? Work on your greeting touch, like handshakes, hugs, and air-kisses. These rituals create an important first impression?get them wrong and you mess up your initial impact . ? Greeting rituals can go wrong if you lack confidence in your approach . getting your own personal choreography right is important if you don?t want to end up careering or hesitating .
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I mean careering as in rushing off clumsily after you greet someone . It?s a classic mistake, but it causes disaster . You do your greetings, your brain goes into embarrassment overdrive, you go to walk your visitor to the elevator and you forget to take note of your surroundings, crashing into another employee or the reception coffee table or a chair . From there it?s downhill all the way . Move off with dignity, don?t rush, leap, or do a mid-air leap .
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