• Body Language

  • Master the Art of Body Language: Learn How to Analyze and Understand Non-Verbal Communication, Discover How to Read People Fast and Understand What Everybody Is Saying
  • By: Antony Baker
  • Narrated by: Trevor Clinger
  • Length: 33 mins
  • Categories: Politics & Social Sciences, Philosophy
  • 3.2 out of 5 stars (19 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Learn everything you need to know about body language and finally understand what the person you are speaking to really is saying!

The body language is the key aspect when it comes to identify who we really are. Without even speaking, our body sends signals and hidden messages to another person. If you can read and understand the messages of another person, you are truly superior when it comes to really understanding what people are saying. So why you don't want to start today with gaining knowledge about body language?

This book will help you to understand the secrets behind any body movement. With this new knowledge communicating and interacting with people will never be a problem for you again.

Here is a preview of what you'll learn....

  • Body language defined
  • Decoding body language
  • Interpreting body language: decoding non-verbal cues
  • Basic body language
  • The face
  • Body language and acing job interviews
  • Business and the art of body language
  • Facial expressions
  • Much, much more!

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©2016, 2017 Antony Baker (P)2017 Antony Baker

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If you want my body, and you find me . . .

This is a half hour long book, so don't expect reams of information, but do get ideas for how to better understand what you can do to improve the way you read people that you want to like you, or understand what someone is keeping from you. Thus, it is great in the workplace, applying for a job, or testing the waters to see if someone is interested in you. Once you get these reading techinques down you will see the truth about people that they do not want known. This is a great tool to get a good handle on body language, and how to interperet it.

Clinger narrates clearly, and enunciates erfectly properly throughout the book. He is easy to understand and follow. I did get a promo in exchange for a fair and honest review of this book.

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Mistakenly bought this book...

This book wasn’t for you, but who do you think might enjoy it more?

If you arrived here when searching for the book "What Every Body is Saying," this is not that book (whether you type "every body" with or without a space is crucially important, it seems). Low-key frustrating since this title was the only result to appear in my search query.

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The performance is pretty weird. It feels like you're listening to a book read to you by a text-to-speech program.I'm pretty sure nearly every sentence was recorded individually, as well.Reader also pronounced "subtle" with an audible 'b' 😂

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For $2, it's whatever.

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33 minute book - about 1/5th of it is the narrator reading the title, table of contents, and copyright/disclaimer information.
Seriously.

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Narrator boring and robotic. I couldn’t get into it. Content may be good if you can listen to the speaker.

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  • Juliana
  • 07-25-20

Narrator is actually Siri

I HATED the narration. It distracted from the actual content of the book. I don’t actually know what I would rate the story because of the AWFUL narration. I’ve been subscribed to Audible for more than 3 years and have never heard anything as bad. He sounds like Siri. You can probably listen to a more enjoyable experience of this same book just by enabling dictation on your kindle or something. Lesson I learnt from this: always listen to the sample first. God. I’m so stupid.