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The Body Language Bible: The hidden meaning behind people's gestures and expressions Paperback – 5 Jun 2008
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If you're interested in understanding body language in the work place then you have about 100 pages of this in part four.
I would have preferred to have seen more pictures in the book showing individual gestures.
It has enhanced my personal and professional life and I recommend it to everyone!
10/10 for every aspect.
A must read for anyone who wants to succeed in any goal in their lives, personal and/or professional.
Well done Judi James!
someone with crossed arms is being evasive or just cold?
contradicts itself and obviously is very generalized could be down right dangerous in the wrong hands,
a little bit of knowledge can be a dangerous thing