The Secrets of Body Language In 30 Minutes (Unabridged) [Original Staging Nonfiction]
by Tony Wrighton
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Would you like to use body language to get a payrise at work? Would you like to know exactly when someone is lying, just by looking at them? Would you like to know how the best sportsmen and women use simple body language to help them win? Well now you can! Best-selling self development author Tony Wrighton presents his incredible Seven Secrets of Body Language: How to spot if someone is lying. How to deal with someone who intimidates you. How to look and feel more confident by using your body language. How to become more attractive to others. How to to successfully sell people your ideas. How to get promoted at work. And, finally, Tony's the ultimate body language secret to improve your life. You'll find out what observers saw Bill Clinton do an unbelievable 26 times during his Grand Jury testimony. You?ll be able to feel exactly as Angelina Jolie does, because she uses body language to appear even more attractive. And you'll hear about an amazing body language experiment in France where the waiters increased their tips by 128%.
Fairly good audio book. It served its purpose for it’s short audio time.
It introduced me to the “science” of body language, something new and interesting to me. Pity it is a shot book therefore not allowing to cover further aspects on this interesting subject. It left me craving for more… For this reason I rated 3 Star. I look forward for something more concise in the near future more form the same author.
Faster than your (or my) Brain
When comparing this audio book with others which I can state as excelent quality, unfortunately I can not rate this book the same way: 1) Faster than my brain: maybe is not a problem to others, but to me the reader of this book was in a rush to take the bus... OK, maybe that way you should rename The secrets...in 1 hour, but at least you don't feel stressed when trying to understand all the ideas... 2) Once again, maybe is not a problem to all, but the too british accent of the reader is not helpfull to get all the picture. I would recomend more an "American accent". For british people is not a problem, but might be a problem to others like me.