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https://www.youtube.com/embed/qzYfCTy0r78 Hello! And welcome to the second lecture. Last time I gave an example, and maybe most of you are eager to know the answer. The example was two gestures that I made, and we'll see which is true and which isn't. Those were the gestures, "Yesterday, I went to…. the park." The second one, "Yesterday, I went to the park." What happened? When I said… "Yesterday, I went to…. the park." My eye was really itching, so I stopped talking, rubbed it, and then continued. My words here were true because when we lie to someone we can't look directly in their eyes. In the second gesture, when i said, "Yesterday, I went to the park." My eyes were automatically shut by my subconscious to break eye contact with the person in front of me.I believe by now, You understand that we should analyze body language in the general…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/NRp1ePrFkng Okay so there's this 7, 38, 55 rule – which says that 7 percent of all communication is words, 38 percent is your tone of voice, and a whopping 55 percent of all communication is through your body language – and if you add it up, it turns out that more than 90% of all communication is non-verbal. So, if you want to present yourself as a confident person, the best way to achieve that is through your tonality and body language – and by the end of the video you will learn exactly how to do that.This video will be divided into 2 parts. First, we will discuss body language tips and habits of extremely confident individuals and in the second part we will go from head to toes, covering your feet, legs, torso, arms and head. Now, here are the 4 tips that you can literally start…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/lTo4aaohzXM quick question when you see somebody when you acknowledge somebody do you not up or do you not down which one do you do does it really matter the answer is yes because once a Power Move the other one is a sign of submission so when you not down this is a sign of submission of compliance it shows that you view the person you're engaging with as higher level than you we see this throughout history throughout cultures where people would actually be in the presence maybe of royalty of a noble person and they would genuflect they would bow they would lower their heads the upper knot on the other hand is much more powerful it's casual it simply sends the signal I acknowledge you as appear as another human being now what about confidence well for me this is synonymous with the way I'm using…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/MAC0GggJ-30 Hello everybody, and welcome back to my channel! I want to thank you for all the feedback on my analysis of Jada Pinkett and Will Smith. Some of you pointed out that I should have addressed the 'situation' between Smith and Margot Robbie. And that's exactly what I'm gonna do in this video, and you are about to learn… – Three signals that reveal when a woman likes a man, – Body language dynamics when a couple is in sync, and – A special question you can ask to trigger a reaction and reveal the truth. My name is Jesús Enrique Rosas, I'm the Body Language guy, And I want you to uncover the secrets that people try to hide from you. Just in case you are not aware of the situation between Will Smith and Jada Pinkett. As far as 2016 there were rumors that Jada had something…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/O4s5n-VOBCU So before you kind of try to determine whether or not someone’s lying or not, you need to understand the theoretical perspectives the kind of underline lie detection. And the first one is emotion. So essentially what we do is we experience three kinds of emotions when we lie, and the first one is fear. All right. So fear of being caught. The second one is guilt, guilt for lying, and the third is delight, delight for getting away with it successfully. So those are the three emotions. Now these are the problems. There’s only non-verbal behaviors that are correlated with these emotions. Just because you see those behaviors, it doesn’t necessarily mean that you know if the person’s lying or not. So for example, a guy can get home late from work and, you know, his wife, he walks into the front door. And his wife’s like,” Honey,…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/k4jiSRguFCw Welcome back to the Six Figure Mastermind, Marianne DeNovelis right here for you. Hands on hips. What does it mean in body language? What does it mean for your business? What is this whole hands on hip thing? There’s so much to body language. So stay tuned. I’m going to tell you all about it. You and I both know that body language plays a huge role in communication. In fact, it’s 93% nonverbal and 7% in verbal when it comes to by the language. So that 93% is showing up right here. So let’s talk about what the hands on hips mean. Because it can be a myriad of different things depending on how they’re situated okay? So, we’re going to go through some specific examples of different positions, different hand movements and we’ll analyze each one and share with you what they all mean.So first things first.…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/JQJubiic4Ys (vertical blind wands slide over) – What? ♪ Heard this beat ♪ ♪ in my dream. ♪ – What? – Good morning, everyone, from the Chateau Lake Louise. So, if you look out our window right now, we have some beautiful, freshly fallen snow, and it’s June in Alberta. This doesn’t happen. So, considering the light is pretty much perfect for portraits, we have a friend with us who is unreal at portraits, (camera snaps pictures) and he really understands body language, so that’s what we’re gonna talk about today on Chris’ Channel. – And we’re gonna eat some bagels. So, let’s go meet Jay, let’s go canoe out on the lake right now, because, one more time for this view. Let’s go. (taps on glass repeatedly) (groovy pop music) All right, I would like to introduce you to my friend, Jay R.McDonald, what an official name. Dude, so…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/teFCq3eW0iE Top 11 Body Language of Introverts You Should Know Body language truly is a powerful communication tool. For introverts who don’t say much, body language can be especially useful. It conveys a strong message about our values, our confidence level, our emotions and even our beliefs, all without saying a word. But sometimes our body language lies. It tells others that we are small and insignificant when we are actually powerful beyond measure. It says that we’re happy to play it small when we were made for the big leagues. So in this video, I’m going to share with you 11 body language of introverts that will reveal the very characteristics of an introverts. If you find this information is helpful to you, make sure to like this video and subscribe to this channel so you won’t miss any of our interesting updates in the future! 1. Crossed arms…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/q6xZGwEr930 Did you just say something? No? You know what, it might have just been your hands, or the shape of your mouth, or even your eyes. Your body says a whole lot without you even trying. That’s the magic of body language, when actions literally speak louder than words. Welcome to another episode of Whack & Epified. This week we dive into the science behind nonverbal communication or as we know it, body language.And how you can begin to read these signs better.. First of all, body language isn’t really a language. There is no grammar, no rules.. Some things don’t even mean the same thing to different people… So what are we talking about here? Taken along with what people say, little little body movements can reveal how they really feel. For example, folded arms is universally understood as a sign of a closed mind. Open palms, on…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/k8IMUqJt9EA Mirroring. Mirroring, also known as isopraxis or the chameleon affect, essentially, is when we’re in tune with somebody or we’re on the same wavelength with someone, we tend to mirror their body language. Right? So, if you see a couple on a date and they really like each other, they’re body language will be pretty mirrored. So what you’ll see is somebody will maybe bring a to their face and then the other person does is right away. Or somebody plays with their hair and then the other person. Somebody takes sip of their drink, then they take a sip of their drink. They’re basically in sync. So one of the reasons why I get a little bit frustrating with this mirroring thing, is some body language consultants or some books recommend that you mimic people’s behavior because it builds rapport. That’s the dumbest thing I’ve ever heard. And…