The Art of Body Talk

How to Decode Gestures, Mannerisms, and Other Non-Verbal Messages

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"The best spies have street smarts and an intuitive understanding of the human psyche. This revealing book shows how anybody can put these skills to use in everyday life."
--Thomas Boghardt, historian, International Spy Museum, Washington, D.C.
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Book Details

Pages

240 Pages

Size

6 x 9

Format

Trade Paperback

Pub. Date

02/20/2017

ISBN

978-1-63265-077-1

Publisher

Red Wheel Weiser

Authors

  • Author Gregory Hartley

    Gregory Hartley's expertise as an interrogator first earned him honors with the U.S. Army. More recently, organizations such as the Defense Intelligence Agency, Navy SEALS, and federal law enforcement agencies seek his insights into what suspected terrorists—as well as celebrities—really mean when they answer tough questions. He resides near Atlanta, Georgia.

  • Author Maryann Karinch

Yes, you can read anyone like a book!

Reading body language is a gateway to understanding why people act the way they do. It's not just a matter of understanding their true emotions, but also identifying their true motivation.

In The Art of Body Talk the authors share their highly successful READ (Review Evaluate Analyze Decide) system of understanding body language, but with an exciting twist: They give you the skills to use READ to see what's behind those eye movements, gestures, and twitches, the skills to go inside the head of your source!

  • Why stop at "what" in reading body language? Go all the way to "why"–the driving force behind the actions.
  • Discover how to get past your filters, so you aren't tricked by your own misperceptions.
  • Learn how to apply the skills in business and in your personal life.

The Art of Body Talk gives you the fastest, most efficient method to read anyone's body language. You will easily be able to perceive the emotions and spot the messages people are really sending–whether they know it or not (and whether they want to or not!).

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"The best spies have street smarts and an intuitive understanding of the human psyche. This revealing book shows how anybody can put these skills to use in everyday life."--Thomas Boghardt, historian, International Spy Museum, Washington, D.C.