Head down with hand to mouth is a “buy signal.” She’s considering the offer.

Head down with hand to mouth is a “buy signal.” She’s considering the offer.

This “mini-book” is the boiled down version of the more complete book “Body Language Project: The Only Book On Body Language That Every One Needs To Read.” That book is much lengthier at over 300 pages and complete – hence the name. This Tiny Book has been stripped, teased, and spanked to leave only the tender soul of body language. I have removed all the extra examples and application of body language, and kept the reporting to just the cues in brief. The guide is mostly aimed at understanding and reading people over the theory of body language.

But while the book is condensed there is still enough ‘meat on the bone’ so to speak – just enough information to gain an above ordinary understanding of body language. So what it really comes down to is your level of commitment to the topic. Do you want to understand body language completely or do you want a quick and painless fling with the subject in order to gain an edge on nonverbal communication?

By reading the “Tiny Book of Body Language” you will learn most of the cues, postures, and gestures which are found in its much larger complimentary book, but in about a fifth the volume. I felt that there was a need for ‘quickie’ and the “Tiny Book” was aimed at that niche. Should you desire a more thorough explanation or wish to learn the material more completely, you are more than welcome to move to the more advanced version and continue reading.

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