The Definitive Book of Body Language
I was lucky enough to see Alan Pease speak live at a work event.
It is interesting listening to someone that inspires you, and then to be included in his presentation.
I have to admit, I was a bit like a fan girl meeting Justin Beiber.
None the less I got so much out of that one hour, I had to re-read his book the definitive book of body language, because it really is that.
If you have no idea what to look for, when it comes to analysing body language, you should read this book. What I loved about it is the clear explanations, the images that went with it and the content it self was often backed up by the history behind the observation you are being introduced to.
Read this book if you are:
- In sales
- Work in a office
- Want to read people
Want to understand what is happening in social situations
Interact with people on a regular basis This book will always be in my top ten, it was the first book I read on body language and I hope you take the time to make it apart of yours as well.
Rock and Roll
PS. What’s the one thing you don’t do, that would cause the most positive change in your life.