August 2016
Health & Fitness Magazine;Aug2016, p43
The article offers tips for interpreting body language. Topics covered include the signs of boredom like fixated eyes and forced smiles and passive aggression such as slouched posture with arms and legs crossed. Also mentioned are tips for influencing others such as being persuasive, being assertive and being attractive by smiling and keeping one's movements smooth.


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