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6 comments for “Contact Us

  1. Mikhail
    July 15, 2013 at 7:03 pm

    Hi! This is the greatest book on Body Language!
    Here’s some feedback:
    – nice style of writing
    – objective and scientific point of view
    – i think you should add some visual material, like photos of gestures (emblems and so on…) or videos (or *.gif files) if the gesture is dynamic, because not all readers are common with them and one may not get it from decription
    – has anyone translated your book into other languages? I can offer you help in translating it into Russian, if it’s not yet done

    Best regards,
    Mikhail

  2. Admin
    July 15, 2013 at 9:07 pm

    Thanks for your feedback. You have provided some excellent suggestions. I have no immediate plans to translate the book, but will keep your information handy as it’s not out of the realm of possibilities. Stick around, we did have some videos planned, but not yet taken any steps to complete them as well as some additional photos as we haven’t fully built our dictionary! I’m glad you enjoyed reading :)

  3. Paul MS LIM
    May 13, 2014 at 4:05 am

    Hi!
    I am Paul from South Korea.
    Your book is very great and impressive.
    So I want to have the chance to interpret your book to be published in South Korea.
    Is it possible?
    I will wait for your reply.

    Best Regards,
    Paul

  4. Georgi
    November 22, 2014 at 5:21 pm

    Hello
    I’ve checked out the site, and it really have some usefull information.
    So far I learned little bit about how to read others’ body languange, but i have something different in mind.
    If I control my body language, if I fake it, can I actually influance others, can I actually “tell” them something.
    Can I use body language not just to get information but also to control situations?
    Thanks in advance, you’ve done great work!

  5. Chris P.
    November 22, 2014 at 5:39 pm

    That’s a great question. The answer is YES.

    People, while they might not be schooled in body language, still react passively and predictably to cues they observe in others. Faking cues can be a great way to start the transition toward devising the type of personality that best represents you and your intentions and goals.

    Usually this is to appear more dominant, however, dominance is just one way to get the results you want. I advise that people also explore the power behind submission. I often get better help from people by being more submissive, but when I want others to follow me, I of course, use dominance.

    Hint: submission works great when you want a better deal or help from a salesperson or just want more information on a topic. Submission helps people respond in a caring fashion. I would encourage you to tailor your use of body language in a way that will get RESULTS you want, rather than simply use cues in ways you think will make people fear you (such as in dominance).

    I spent a great deal of time including ways to use cues in the Nonverbal Dictionary: http://bodylanguageproject.com/nonverbal-dictionary/

    See “How to use it.”

    You will see that most cues have a practical application no matter how “negative” you might feel they are.

    Thanks for reading!

  6. phillip
    July 8, 2016 at 12:37 am

    An E-book would be great. As a writer your supply of insightful definitions on body language is very helpful to me. Please consider and compare what’s out there now, rather paltry if you ask me.

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