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The Five Modes of Communication and Intuition

27th June 2012
This is my layman's understanding of what I see as the five primary modes of communication. These five modes are oral and written, body language, emotional, and telepathy. Speaking and writing are the predominant and favored forms of communication in the ... Read >
Author: David Almeida

What Every Body Is Saying Book Review

16th May 2012
What Every Body Is Saying, Joe Navarro - Review What Every Body is Saying is really a comprehensive book on body language by one of the world’s major specialists. learning to read body language is important for the new mentalist and you should start de... Read >
Author: joewhite

Definition of Subliminal and Its Role in Persuasion

16th November 2011
Communication is a very important aspect in everyday life. Either you want to build a relationship, sustain your business, get the job you want, or successfully convince somebody about your idea; persuasion plays a major role in these processes. Subli... Read >
Author: Franklin Esmur

Body gestures in men Is How they can Know If The man Really likes You have to

26th October 2011
Is he executing a great deal of excellent achievements desires? Do you think you will find something behind his actions? Want to know if he likes you, too? Most women locate one that difficult to discover more if a man likes her a person. Women tend to be... Read >
Author: MitchelBurks

Ambiguous Nonverbal Communication

08th December 2009
Understanding nonverbal communication begins in the earliest stages of childhood. Early in life, a child learns to identify, such feelings as; happiness, sadness, rage, excitement and other moods in adults and other children alike, as well as in pets. Res... Read >
Author: jerome newman55a7d6

Psychologically of a Nonverbal Flirt

21st September 2009
There are so many nonverbal solicitations depicting a common behavior as singles flirt. These solicitations are seen in different instances that include the facial, gestures, posture and head patterns. The art of nonverbal communication brings to the ... Read >
Author: Francis K Githinji

The Appropriate Gesture for Public Speakers

01st May 2008
This is the first of three articles on gestures for public speakers. This deals with appropriate gestures. The following two articles will deal with inappropriate gestures and mannerisms. When speaking in front of an audience, gestures enhance the talk... Read >
Author: Jonathan Steele
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