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Publisher's Summary

Would you like to use body language to get a payrise at work? Would you like to know exactly when someone is lying, just by looking at them? Would you like to know how the best sportsmen and women use simple body language to help them win? Well now you can! Best-selling self development author Tony Wrighton presents his incredible Seven Secrets of Body Language:
  1. How to spot if someone is lying.
  2. How to deal with someone who intimidates you.
  3. How to look and feel more confident by using your body language.
  4. How to become more attractive to others.
  5. How to to successfully sell people your ideas.
  6. How to get promoted at work.
  7. And, finally, Tony's the ultimate body language secret to improve your life.
You'll find out what observers saw Bill Clinton do an unbelievable 26 times during his Grand Jury testimony. You'll be able to feel exactly as Angelina Jolie does, because she uses body language to appear even more attractive. And you'll hear about an amazing body language experiment in France where the waiters increased their tips by 128%.

Tony Wrighton is a Licensed NLP Trainer and Master Practitioner, having been trained by Paul Mckenna and the co-creator of NLP Dr. Richard Bandler.

© & (P)2006 Tony Wrighton

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  • Steve
  • West Essendon Victoria
  • 03-12-07

Body Language

pretty basic stuff, nothing new heard it all before. If you want a 30min review on how to lie then download. Allan Pearse's book Body Language leaves this book for dead. wouldnt bother downloading

20 of 21 people found this review helpful

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Nicely done

The data is useful and peactical at once. I learned things and corrected some as well. I woould recommended if uou are interested in improving your success rate in any interrelational situation. Chances are you use this and you come out in the winner's side. Put you at cause over reactive people.

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  • Brenda
  • Gauteng, South Africa
  • 04-23-12

A great quick guide

What did you love best about The Secrets of Body Language in 30 Minutes (Unabridged)?

It's a great quick guide for a crash course in Body Language.

What did you like best about this story?

The story is fun and I would happily listen to it again.

Which scene was your favorite?

I giggled at some cute comments.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

No. I would prefer a longer book with more detail.

Any additional comments?

It's a great quick guide. I would recommend it to anyone who wants a crash course. It’s insightful and fun.

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  • Aaron
  • Benton, KS, United States
  • 10-05-11

Not very much information

Not very much information. He takes alot of time telling stories which is great to help remember his points, but it also eats up the 30 minutes and doesn't really tell you that much.

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  • Jeff
  • Perth, Australia
  • 02-09-10

the quick and easy dummies guide!

okay, look it IS only 30 minutes, so you shouldnt expect to become a master...
if you have never read anything on body language and are looking for an intro, then this would be great. tony wrighton is a great narrator whose personality always shines through in his books. i really like him, and he is interesting and humourous to listen to.
i saw a recommendation for "the definitive book of body language" by alan and barbara pease.
having read both this title and Lillian Glass' "I know what you're thinking" i would highly recommend the latter, as i think it is more on the money. cant see the other reviews at the moment, so (reviewer!): check it out - its really good. : )

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  • Michelle
  • Wheat Ridge, CO, USA
  • 07-23-08

better wake up first

This is a very short and extremely quick book, stay awake and pay attention or you will miss just about everything!!! This is the ONLY reason I gave it a 4 I had to lesson to it many many times to get what he was saying out of it or rewind every time I felt I mist something. How ever what he has to say was extraordinarily good and helpful, I plain on using all the tricks he teaches you in this book, as it is I see them working even now!!!

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  • Glen
  • 07-20-15

Short & Sharp

Short sharp and to the point
However it significantly contradicts Joe Navarros books in key areas but still quite good

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