What if you were able to tell when your colleague's smile actually mean that they were irritated with you? Would you change your tactics of negotiation if you knew how the person in your business meeting was really interpreting your suggestions? Obviously, the skill of reading people offers an amazing advantage, competitively speaking, both professionally and on a personal level.
Most people want to think that they are already good at interpreting other people's body language signals, but the fact is that we aren't as good at this as we believe. Actually, studies show that technology might be getting in the way of our natural abilities to interpret emotions.
Are you tired of guessing how people feel or constantly misinterpreting the signals of those around you? Then you need to learn more about body language and personality types.
In this book you will learn:
The advantages of analyzing people: Are you interested in the topic of analyzing people, but unsure of how it would help you in life? The introduction to this book, along with chapter one, will give you plenty of good reasons to dedicate some time to this.
The Myers-Briggs personalities: According to the Myers-Briggs theory, 16 different personality types exist. In chapters two and three, we will cover what makes these types up and how you can use the traits listed to learn more about yourself and the world around you.
Verbal vs. nonverbal communication: What does someone's tone of voice say about their internal state? What cues can we look at to learn about what someone is thinking? Find out in chapters four and five.
Tips for reading others: In order to accurately read the people around you, you must know the basics of psychological analysis. Chapters six and seven will help you learn how to read people not just in person, but online, as well.
You cannot afford to miss out on this skill which can be intentionally built up and mastered over time. Learning about this will give you an advantage in every competitive area including school, work, dating, and more.
©2017 John Evans (P)2017 John Evans