We all have wondered if we are being told the truth. Well now you no longer have to wonder. Success requires trust in those who surround us and they are speaking to us without even talking, if we know how to read the signs. Three quarters of our communication is non-verbal. Reading Everyday Body Language contains scientifically proven psychological techniques that can be applied to all sorts of everyday situations. Determine if a person is being honest, whether your date likes you or not, and how to know if someone lacks confidence.
"Too much silly fluff with a few good ideas & tips"
See what is not being shown and hear what is not being said. Did you know that a micro-gesture occurs 1/8 of a second before a word is spoken? Or how about the person that pats you on the back while hugging you is actually uncomfortable? When you try to impress her and she smiles without showing “crows feet” around her eyes, don’t feel good about yourself. By looking at a desk, tell how the person reacts to pressure. Find what a person is most insecure about, and what they truly feel towards you. Reading people takes observing people.
"Full of ridiculous generalizations"
The secret to knowing whether a person is telling the truth or notisn’t from their words, but from their actions! Body language will always tell the truth no matter how much a person may try to hide it. Now you can learn when a celebrity, politician or even someone around you is being honest! Is that person telling the truth if they lookyou in the eye? No. That’s a myth. Learn the truth and dispel the myths to get a better read on your boss, friend, family or even the people you watch on TV
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The Search for the Balanced Life poses the questions, What is a balanced life? And is it really possible to live it today? Starring the cast of The Secret (over five million copies sold) and the Dalai Lama, we see all points of view and how they relate to us.
This handbook details strategies for overcoming doubt, fear of failure, and conventional thinking, and serves as a roadmap for those who wish to bolster self-confidence. It offers exercises culled from personal experience and valuable advice from mentors in the fields of entertainment, business, and education. The value of rejecting conventional wisdom and commonplace precepts is demonstrated, and encouragement to tackle obstacles head on is offered.
One of the most frustrating things in life has to be staying up all night watching the minutes go by because you can't sleep. The days become longer and harder to take, and the nights are dreaded. The more we can't sleep, the more stress we put on ourselves to "make" ourselves sleep, which only causes a vicious cycle. Not focusing on sleeping, but rather relaxing and taking the pressure off of our minds enable your body to fall back into its normal healthy cycle.
Everyone wants a better life, more money, or freedom. Why is it that only some of us make this happen? No, intelligence, luck, and background have very little to do with it. Our brains are so sophisticated that they can work against us to try and protect us! If a car has two wheels going forward and two wheels going backward, you will eventually get frustrated and burn the engine. Your sub-conscious has built certain fears while your conscious has developed this drive for a better life.
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8 Steps! 8 Exercises! 8 Weeks! A no-nonsense approach like never before!So what’s your excuse? LIFE ISN’T HARD. We make it harder than it is. We can always find something to complain about! Yes, times are tough, but no tougher than before. It’s our way of looking at things that have changed. Now I’m going to take you back to the basics. We are going to remove your fear of failure and even your fear of success!
Sanjay Burman has had an accomplished life - he produced two feature films and two TV shows by the age of 24, and sold his high school to Pepsi for $1.2 million. This book showcases personal anecdotes and honest lessons he has learned through his failures and successes that can inspire others to persevere. People who want to go further in life but lack the confidence can be motivated to take risks, despite class, education, or lack of money.
Universally one of the top five fears, this traumatic experience of visiting the dentist has haunted us since we were children. Not knowing what is happening, hearing sounds like drills and suctions, puts us in a sensory dis-advantage. When we experience this, our mind races and we prepare for the worst. However, looking back, how many bad experiences did you actually have at the dentist? If you can't give me a number in a few seconds, it means very few, or maybe none!
Stress is created by over-thinking instead of being present with the task at hand. This often results in thinking about the worst case and the repercussions, rather than breaking down tasks to one at a time and allowing your brain and body deal with it in smaller bites. To break down and see how dealing with one task at a time will be more effective than over thinking 10 tasks and accomplishing none of them properly, will allow you to relax and function at 100 percent.
Flying is a top 10 fear universally. Especially now we have tighter security, more money, and less services from airlines and schedules to meet. Whatever your reason for fear of flying is, it revolves around your mind racing to worst case scenarios that you have most likely never experienced or know anyone who has experiences it. Based on media reports, TV shows, or stories, you have created a belief so strongly that you mind believes it is going to happen to you.