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Listen to this incredible lecture and learn how to use your body language in a positive manner, also how to read others body language to make a positive impact on an individual or a group. 

It's not less than a magic and the only way to make it work is practice, practice and practice. 

Basic Requirement

  • HSC (10+2)

Skills Covered

  • How to read Body cues and signals.

Expert Review

Body language refers to nonverbal communication. These nonverbal signals are an important aspect of everyday communication, according to experts.

Understanding body language is essential, but taking other cues into account is also important. It is often more beneficial to look at signals as a group rather than focusing on a single action.

What Is Body Language?

The use of body language is the unspoken form of communication that we use to convey our true feelings and make our message more impactful.

There is so much more to communication than just words. The tone of voice, gestures, and posture are all nonverbal cues.

As an example of body language, consider a relaxed facial expression that breaks out into a genuine smile with the mouth upturned and eyes wrinkled. It can also be a tilt of the head to demonstrate your thinking, an upright stance to communicate interest, or hand and arm movements to demonstrate direction. It can also mean avoiding defensive postures or restlessly tapping your feet.

By understanding these signs, you can understand what someone is trying to tell you completely. Additionally, you'll be more aware of how others react to your actions and words. You'll also be able to adjust your body language to appear more engaging, approachable, and positive.

How to make a positive first impression with body language?

The following tips can help you adjust your body language to make a great first impression:

Maintain an open posture. Relax, but don't slouch! Keep your back straight and your hands at your sides. Hands-on hips are a sign of aggression or a desire to dominate.

Give a firm handshake. But don't overdo it! There should be no awkwardness, aggression, or pain for the other person.

Contact each other's eyes. Take small steps at a time to hold the other person's gaze. You'll be seen as sincere and engaged. Just don't turn it into a staring contest!

Do not touch your face. Doing so can be construed as dishonesty when answering questions. It's not always the case, but you should still avoid fiddling with your hair or scratching your nose so that you appear trustworthy.

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