The Definitive Book Of Body Language The Definitive Book Of Body Language is a book that contains detailed and invaluable information about body language The book has been written by the best in the business and is presented in a very e

  • Title: The Definitive Book Of Body Language
  • Author: Allan Pease Barbara Pease
  • ISBN: 9788183220149
  • Page: 249
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Definitive Book Of Body Language is a book that contains detailed and invaluable information about body language The book has been written by the best in the business, and is presented in a very entertaining manner.It is common knowledge and scientifically proven that non verbal gestures play a much important role in social interaction that verbal ones do ButThe Definitive Book Of Body Language is a book that contains detailed and invaluable information about body language The book has been written by the best in the business, and is presented in a very entertaining manner.It is common knowledge and scientifically proven that non verbal gestures play a much important role in social interaction that verbal ones do But very few people actually know how to interpret these non verbal signs Through their book, the authors seek to help readers use their knowledge of body language to confidently hold their own in any situation.The authors state that very often, what people say is quite different from what they think or what they feel This makes conversations frequently confusing to decipher.To counter these disparities in thoughts and words and understand what is really being said, the secrets of body language revealed in this book can prove to be extremely useful It provides techniques to learn how to read between the lines and interpret non verbal cues correctly.The book stresses on the fact that human behavior must be observed in clusters, i.e gestures must be interpreted in relation to one another and not in a standalone manner.Some of the useful scenarios explored in the book include creating a positive impression on people, presenting a pleasing, approachable personality, conducting successful negotiations and interviews, getting people to cooperate, and even figuring out if someone is available.Through the techniques outlined in this book, readers can also learn to recognize power plays, love signs, and deception Interesting concepts like micro expressions, mirroring, arm positioning, and eye signals are also discussed.The book was first published in 2004, as a revision of the 1981 book, Body Language This particular edition of the book was published in 2005.About The Authors Allan Pease is an Australian kinesics expert.He has authored and co authored several bestsellers including Why Men Don t

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    1. Allan Pease Barbara Pease

      Allan Pease is an Australian author and motivational speaker Despite having no education in psychology, neuroscience, or psychiatry, he has managed to establish himself as an expert on relationships.Originally a musician, he became a successful life insurance salesman, he started a career as a speaker and trainer in sales and latterly in body language This resulted in a popular sideline of audio tapes, many of which feature his irreverent wit.His best selling book Body Language brought him international recognition It has been followed by several others He is quite well known in Australia and during the 1980s he was an occasional TV analyst for political debates where he would analyze the body language and overall performance of the contestants.enpedia wiki Allan_Pease

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    1. I am fairly sure this was recommended on a management course. Entertaining read, well illustrated. Not sure how accurate it is, I tried out some of the ideas such as sitting side by side or at an angle to somebody rather than opposite across a desk at them. I certainly felt better for doing so but then the book told me that I would!The downside for me is that I started to become absurdly self-conscious. Was I standing in an optimum way, sending out the best messages? Were my feet pointing in the [...]

    2. كتاب استمتعت حقا بقرائتهيساعد على معرفة من حولنا اكثر لنعرف موقفنا و ما يجب علينافعله في أي حال من الأحواليتكلم عن لغة الجسد و كيف نستطيع قرآئتهاكنت عندما انتهي من فصل من الكتاب اذهب و اجلس مع عائلتيو اقرأ لغة أجسادهم و كنت غالبا ما أفلح فيها و قد أعجبني هذا كثيرايساعد في الم [...]

    3. القرود الثلاثة الحكيمةبدأت المقدمة بأن ممثلو الأفلام الصامتة, مثل تشارلي شابلن, كانوا هم الرواد في مهارات لغة الجسد, حيث كانت هذه هي وسيلة التواصل الوحيدة المتاحة في الشاشة. وفي مجال الدارسة الأكاديمية, ربما كان أكثر الأعمال تأثيراً قبل القرن العشرين, هو كتاب تشارلز داروين " [...]

    4. كتاب متوسط الجمال ، بعد قراءتي لهذا الكتاب أدركت تماماً هذا المبدأ:الترجمة لغالبية الكتب غالباً ما تفقد الكتاب جزء ليس بالقليل من قيمته !

    5. Since childhood, I've always fantasized having the superpower of mind reading and ever since being exposed to a diverse set of materials on body language I can assert that I've actually cultivated some skills in this vain :D :P.This book by Allan Peace is the bible of the body language books and reference to many results you see when you google about this topic and covers a wide and thorough spectrum of topics.Here are some exciting skills and insights you will acquire after consuming the book a [...]

    6. * متوسط الحجم * ممتع جدا. يشرح لك معاني إيماءات الوجة وتحركات الجسد أثناء التحدث، التفكير أو التحدث والتفكير معا. غالبا ما تكون صادقة لأنها تصدر من الناس دون شعورهم بها. العديد منها تفهمها أو تشعر بها دون أن تنتبه لها. الكتاب يوضح لك الحركات ومعانيها فيسهل عليك ملاحضتها. * الكتا [...]

    7. لغة الجسد عامله زي ما تكون عمال تدور على مفتاح باب وهو في ايدك، او زي ما تكون بتدور على النضارة اللي انت لابسها.قد يستطيع الناس ان يتجملو ويتفننو في اختيار الكلمات ولكن دائما ما تفضحهم لغة جسدهم وايمائاتهم، والشخص الذي يستطيع قراءة هذه الإيمائات يستطيع أن يتخذ القرارات الصائ [...]

    8. Allan Pease and Barbara Pease apply their experience in medicine, biology and psychology to illustrate the workings of the brain and how this influences our body language. In the Definite Book Of Body Language, the authors show us how we can use our knowledge of the brain's functions to understand people's emotions and behaviors.I have to say that neuropsychology and behavioral science have always fascinated me. There are many books out there about these topics. But I found this one particularly [...]

    9. لا يمكنك تغيير الاخرين لكن يمكنك تغيير نفسك. انت المسؤول الوحيد عن الطريقة التي يتعامل معك بها الاخرون

    10. As an author, I am naturally a student of observation, so this book had the potential to be of great service to me not only in my writing, but in character-building and expression. I enjoyed the read. Unlike some other Body Language books, this one has a lot of photographs, and at the risk of sounding sophomoric, they really added to my understanding of the text. The chapters/categories made a lot of sense, and the information moved along with little unnecessary repetition. I think everyone who [...]

    11. Aside from there being misinformation scattered about, (Napoleon wasn't 5'4", George W Bush didn't get his first passport when he became president) the authors completely rely on logical fallacies to prove their points. They make huge sweeping generalizations (they said Britain, Germany, etc. have been world powers is because their populations often mirror body language What??? And also that heavy smokers haven't been breast-fed whereas non smokers have been) and completely lost their credibilit [...]

    12. كتاب بسيط ومتواضع, قد لا اتفق مع كل ماورديوجد فيه معلومات جيدة ومناسبة ولا انكر ذلك لكنها شحيحةيعتمد اسلوب الاطالة و "الحشو" كان يمكن ان يكون مركزا اكثر من الجميل ايراد موقف الثقافات الشعبيةومعنى الحركات الايمائية لدى كل شعبمفيد لدرجة ما,لكن ترجمة الايماءات قد تصيب.وقد تخيب

    13. الكتاب ده كان بالنسبة لى هو الهدف والمجال اللى كنت ببحث عنه طول حياتى الأنسان دائما فى سعى دئوب ليجد شئ يتناسب مع ميوله وأهتماماته وخصوصا فى ظل التعليم المعلب والإجبارىقله مننا هى اللى دخلت الكلية إللى بتحبها وممكن تبرع فيها وأنما دخلتها علشان المجموع هو اللى اضطرها لكده وق [...]

    14. استفدت كثيراً من خلال قراءة هذا الكتاب، فهو يساعد على فهم سلوكيات الأشخاص في مختلف المواقف. أعجبت بأسلوب المؤلفين في طرح الأفكار، وأيضا الصور التوضيحية المطروحة، فهي تساعد الشخص على فهم الفكرة وتحليل لغة الجسد المطروحة لأنها تساعد القارئ على ترجمة الموقف وتحليله بأسلوبه ا [...]

    15. I rarely read every word of non-fiction books, but this is one of the rare exceptions. It's not even particularly fascinating. But it is interesting enough to hold my attention without skipping or skimming over anything. ALMOST four stars. It wasn't awesome enough to go out and purchase, but it would be great to have around all the time for reference when the fancy strikes. I doubt I'll remember this stuff on my own as well as I'd like to.I'm sure that for a few days at least, I'll be watching e [...]

    16. If you read one book of allan pease on body language, then you've read'em all.Its a book that contains all regular body positions and what can you learn from them. Worth a one time read (but can be used as a reference if you want to pry into someone's body language pattern).

    17. " () o impacto total de uma mensagem é cerca de 7% verbal (palavras apenas), 38% vocal (incluíndo o tom de voz, inflexões e outros sons) e 55% não verbal. "Ora, se forem como eu e a vossa mãe parar durante uma hora na rua para falar com conhecidos, conheçam a notar certos tipos de expressões e gestos que indicam que a pessoa quer tanto ir embora como eu.Sempre dei crédito à intuição por notar em coisas que a maioria não percebia, mas ao ler este livro apercebi-me que há toda ela uma [...]

    18. I read (and still have) Allan Pease's original book Body Language. It is a fantastic insight into understanding the people around you.I highly recommend this book to martial artists and students of self defense classes, because Allan discusses topics your instructors allude to, but quickly pass over, because they don't have the time to cover this subject in depth. Realistically, anyone who has to deal with people should read this book. From a self defense point of view, it's easier to avoid trou [...]

    19. لغة الجسد تخبرك عن المشاعر الحقيقة للمتحدث بغض النظر عن ما يقول, إنها نوع من الفراسة التي تفسر بواسطتها تعبيرات الوجه وإيماءات الجسد للوصول إلى حالة الأشخاص النفسية ومواقفهم تجاهك وتجاه ما يدور حولهم.الكتاب باختصار هو أفضل كتاب في مجاله, يشرح لك كيف تستطيع قراءة لغة الجسد وت [...]

    20. حلو الكتابفي اشياء انبهرت لما قريتهافي اشياء عاديةوفي اشياء محتاجة منا دقة ملاحظةالحلو ان في اجزاء معينة من الكتاب ولما يتكلم عن اشارة معينة اجلس اطبق على نفسي ولا على شخص حولي قام بهالاشارة

    21. الحر تكفيه الإشارةقديما قالوا تكلم حتي أراك فالكلمات هي المعبر عنك ولكن لم يعد للكلمات جدوى في معرفة النوايا ومعرفة الشخصياتفيكفيك معرفة إشاراته لتعلم كل ما ينتويه وكل ما يفكر فيهقديما قال أرسطو الكلام تفكير بالفعل ونحن نكمل ونقول وتفكيرك معبر عنه بإشاراتك وسكناتكالكتاب ع [...]

    22. There were a few things I learned, but quite a bit of things I disagreed with. Examples are: turn your palms up to put someone at ease - I tried using this during my PT retail job and got wierd looks. Another example that truly disagree with is - if someone keeps you waiting - pull out some financial papers adn a calculator adn do calculations. When they call for you say say "I'll be ready in a moment - I'll just finish these calculations" - what???? or the other example for this is to take out [...]

    23. أعتقد أنه على الجميع الاطلاع على هذا الكتاب لأنه يسهل على الناس فهم بعضهم البعض دون الاعتماد على اللغة المنطوقة لقد عرفت أن بإمكان الإنسان أن يكذب ويزيف في لغته لكن جسده سيتصرف على طبيعته ويتحرك بعفوية ، مع أن المؤلفين يحاولان تقديم أفكار تحرض على التحكم بلغة الجسد لكنني لا [...]

    24. Unlikeable pair of pop-psychologists distill the complexity of human interaction down to a few sleazy sales-pitches.Poorly written, and self-contradictory."Research also indicates that the 'Head Shake', usually meaning 'No', may also be an inborn action and evolutionary biologists believe that it's the first gesture humans learn."So, is it 'hard-wired' or acquired?Stick with the experts:

    25. كتاب رائع يعلمك كيف تعرف أو تفهم ما يفكر فيه الشخص الأمامك عن طريق اشارات جسدية كطريقة الجلوس والوقوف , وضعية اليدين وتعابير الوجه واطبقه عملي الى الآن وكل ما رايت اشارة من شخص ما ولم افهمه ارجع الى الكتاب وهذا الكتاب جعلني اعلم كيف اخفي اشاراتي حتى لا يفهمني احد (( انا افهم لا [...]

    26. كتاب يشرح لغة الجسد ويفسرها بمنتى السلاسة والبساطة حتى يصل مضمونه إلى القارئ البسيط وعامة الشعب من غير القراء، ولكن ينقصه المزيد من التوضيح لبعض حركات الجسد بالإضافة إلى أنه لا يشمل جميعها،، ولكن هذا لا يمنع أنه أفادنى كثيرا

    27. How in the world do I even rate this book? So, let me start off by saying that I very much recommend people read books about body language. And then let me follow that up by saying this is not the book I would recommend reading. But, I do think this book was really helpful and it was eye-opening and for the most part it was really interesting. I'm glad I read it and I learned a lot from it and I will most likely be re-reading it and studying it from time to time to learn more. Along with all tha [...]

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