Encyclopedia Of Body Language

What Every Movement SAYS

by Alan Elangovan


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Softcover
$59.95
Hardcover
$79.95
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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 10/6/2020

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 1168
ISBN : 9781543757804
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 1168
ISBN : 9781543757811
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 1168
ISBN : 9781543757828

About the Book

Embarking on the need to have an encyclopedia of body language was a task nursed for years and stirred fear in me for many reasons. First, it was pictured to be a novel project which would surpass the yearnings of people in the field. And also, the structure which it was to take was another daunting issue. However, all these issues only spurred me into bringing out quality work, one that would stand the test of time and cause a turning point in the life of every reader. This book adopts a unique structure of research; its perfect combination of raw knowledge and scholarly findings from across the world makes it stand out from other texts. The book reels out how to relate with people and understand their behaviors through nonverbal acts. It considers all the attributes of human body parts while communicating with others. However, before you can understand others, there is a need to understand yourself first. This is another aspect that this encyclopedia delves into; it explains ways in which you can maintain a charming and result-oriented posture in order to command respect from others during any given discourse. This is a potential tool you need to apply in order to make others open to you. This book explains ways in which you can fish out someone who is trying to play on your intelligence through their body language. In conclusion, this book gives a practical outline of how to activate the subconscious and conscious brains in working in tandem in order to understand the intents of co-interlocutor.


About the Author

For over two decades, ALAN ELANGOVAN pitched his tent with the services of the Singaporean government where he was a Master Trainer to law enforcement agencies and various other parastatals on the use of body language, behavioral patterns and developing relevant skills for the execution of their jobs. Right from childhood, he had the urge to understudy people through their nonverbal gestures and behavioral patterns. This passion was nursed through the numerous activities his parents introduced him to. When he grew up, he educationally pursued knowledge in the area of his passion and today, he is celebrated throughout the continent. Apart from the undying zeal for understudying nonverbal gestures, ALAN ELANGOVAN was driven to write this book due to years of experience on the field. Through this passion to salvage the world, has produced this detailed book on how to take note of our own actions and those of our co-interlocutors during conversations.