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 Responses to Gestures and Body Language Tutorial

  1. Derek Banas says:

    I’ve never been called a guru before :) Im very happy that you enjoyed it

  2. MusicsAngelica says:

    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

  3. Derek Banas says:

    If someone likes you they will mirror your body position while touching their erogenous zones

  4. Snypee123 says:

    Do you know when someone is attracted to you or not ? If so, how do you know if it is genuine and they are not just leading you on.

  5. Derek Banas says:

    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?

  6. Busra Gaatjeniksaan says:

    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 ‘=(

  7. Derek Banas says:

    I’m very happy that the video has helped you :) Thank you for telling me.

  8. Derek Banas says:

    I agree :)

  9. Diablon76 says:

    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 :)

  10. AllanFrankland says:

    Picking an imaginary lint is discomfort and or boredom.If it is done to another person it represents possession.

  11. Derek Banas says:

    Thank you :) I also cover this stuff with a ton of pictures and videos in Gestures and Body Language 2. I hope you like it

  12. Nina Heimly says:

    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 😀

  13. Derek Banas says:

    Don’t like and Don’t trust

  14. Derek Banas says:

    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

  15. Kismespades says:

    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.

  16. DUTYMASTER7 says:

    Hey derek in 4:55 did you mean dont like and dont trust or dont like and do trust?

  17. stian nekstad says:

    i tought so too! but i just paused the video and read what i dident catch 😀 

  18. Derek Banas says:

    Sorry about that

  19. Ray Montero says:

    Your’e reading so fast. I don’t like this presentation.

  20. Derek Banas says:

    I wouldn’t worry to much about faking body language because most people can’t read it

  21. Derek Banas says:

    Thank you :) I improved on this in Gestures and Body Language 2. It is nothing but pictures

  22. blazinglory42 says:

    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.

  23. Orpheus Green says:

    the eye chart is backwards. left for truth, right for lies (from the other person’s perspective)

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