Gestures and Body Language Tutorial

Gestures and Body Language Tutorial

Learn every gesture and body language cue in one video. Eye, hand, leg, arm, and mouth gestures are completely covered. Gestures and Body Language Series Be …
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23 Replies to “Gestures and Body Language Tutorial”

  1. Wow, I think this is the first time I saw a guru researcher. I like your video, It helped me translate the body language I do, I thought differently of it though I didn’t know it translated differently

  2. Thank you 🙂 I do have everything written out on my website. If you go here newthinktank. com/2011/10/every-article/#psychology you can use a translator to translate maybe?

  3. I really liked your video and I really think that it’s usefull, and did understand some of the things but because Im dutch and can’t really speak good and understand english it’s a little bit hard for me to follow most of the things you described.. I wish there could be a dutch version of this ‘=(

  4. It always strikes me when I come across this kind of information… I suffer from Asperger’s syndrome, body language doesn’t come naturally, I never know how to position myself, and I often end up making the wrong decisions, hence appearing agressive or distrustful. Of course, I don’t have the “instinct” to read THEIR body language either. I’m trying to learn all this so that I will stop repelling people involuntarily, and make my actual feelings easier to understand. This video really helps 🙂

  5. Oh, I’m going to watch this over and over! I have never made myself particularily concious about any of these signs – it’s brilliant 😀

  6. We all develop ticks. I used to do all kinds of weird things until I eliminated them. That’s why it is important to baseline people before judging them

  7. I was rubbing my thumb to my forefinger just before you mentioned it. I’ve never noticed it before, I’m now realizing that’s actually a habit of mine.

  8. I felt like I was someone who doesn’t show much body language, but I do a lot of the things that you talk about – – I cross my arms a lot, have my foot around my other leg’s calf, and don’t smile or show emotion often. Well, the things I do are body language cues in and of themselves. At least now I am aware of it and can try to fake it.

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