Body LanguageTHE POWER IS IN YOUR ‘HANDS’
Peoples body language reveals that what they say is very often different from what they thinkor feel. You can learn the se...
There are always rules Read gestures in clusters Look for congruence Read gesture in context
There are always rules Read gestures in clusters Look for congruence Read gesture in context
There are always rules Read gestures in clusters Look for congruence Read gesture in context
There are always rules Read gestures in clusters Look for congruence Read gesture in context
It’s easy to read body language of children. However; by the time we are adult, we learn to hide                   our emo...
They TalkYou believe it or not. Hands talk. Maximum nerve connections of hand                               with brain.
Open palm: oath, hand shake, crowd hands to performer, hands up, national anthems,security checks. It shows openness and h...
Try to avoid it.
Sign of positiveexpectations.You should use it insales calls or to createexcitement among theaudience.
This was a frustration gesture, signalling that the person was holding back anegative attitude. The gesture has three main...
People who are confident, superior types or who use minimal orrestricted body gestures often use this gesture, and, by doi...
The further the hand                                                 is moved up the back,Superiority/Confidence   Signal ...
Cool & Superior
Nagging me..Never use it.Specially when youneed to introducesomeone.
The standard arm-cross gesture is auniversal gesturesignifying the samedefensive or negativeattitude almosteverywhere. It ...
The full arm-crossgesture the person hasclenched fists, it indicatesa hostile and defensiveattitude.The person using thisg...
This gesture is thedefensive version ofboth arms beingheld horizontally infront of the body withboth thumbs up toshow that...
Lack of confidenceThe full arm-crossgesture the person hasclenched fists, it indicatesa hostile and defensiveattitude.The ...
Not confident.
Disguised arm-cross gestures are highlysophisticated gestures used by people whoare continually exposed to others. This gr...
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  • People's body language reveals that what they say is very often different from what they think or feel. You can learn the secrets of body language to give you more confidence and control in any situation. Body language reveals emotions and thoughts.
  • Give dressing example her
  • See what they are saying and they are behaving
  • See the situation
  • It’s easy to read body language of children. However; by the time we are adult, we learn to hide our emotions and our body language changes accordingly.
  • You believe it or not. Hands talk. Maximum nerve connections of hand with brain.. They increase the recall. Share story telling examples. Example: Aladin carpet Example: Right hand people use right hand for their favorite point.
  • Open palm: oath, hand shake, crowd hands to performer, hands up, national anthems, security checks. Act: hands up. Nahin toh goli mar dunga. 2) Ask someone to apologies. “I didn’t do it. I am sorry if I hurt you” It shows openness.
  • Try to avoid it.
  • Sign of positive expectstions. Exm: Throwing dice, excitement about the trip. You should use it in sales calls or to create excitement among the audience. Context reminder: winter time. Bus stand.. Guy may be doing it for warmth
  • Body Language

    1. 1. Body LanguageTHE POWER IS IN YOUR ‘HANDS’
    2. 2. Peoples body language reveals that what they say is very often different from what they thinkor feel. You can learn the secrets of body language to give you more confidence and control in any situation. Body language reveals emotions and thoughts.
    3. 3. There are always rules Read gestures in clusters Look for congruence Read gesture in context
    4. 4. There are always rules Read gestures in clusters Look for congruence Read gesture in context
    5. 5. There are always rules Read gestures in clusters Look for congruence Read gesture in context
    6. 6. There are always rules Read gestures in clusters Look for congruence Read gesture in context
    7. 7. It’s easy to read body language of children. However; by the time we are adult, we learn to hide our emotions and our body language changes accordingly.
    8. 8. They TalkYou believe it or not. Hands talk. Maximum nerve connections of hand with brain.
    9. 9. Open palm: oath, hand shake, crowd hands to performer, hands up, national anthems,security checks. It shows openness and honesty.
    10. 10. Try to avoid it.
    11. 11. Sign of positiveexpectations.You should use it insales calls or to createexcitement among theaudience.
    12. 12. This was a frustration gesture, signalling that the person was holding back anegative attitude. The gesture has three main positions,The person would be more difficult to handle when the hands are held high,than he would be with the person whom hands resting on the desk position.Like all negative gestures, some action needs to be taken to unlock theperson’s fingers to expose the palms and the front of the body, or the hostileattitude will remain.
    13. 13. People who are confident, superior types or who use minimal orrestricted body gestures often use this gesture, and, by doing so,they signal their confident attitude. It is frequently used insuperior/subordinate interaction and that it can be an isolatedgesture which indicates a confident or know-it-all attitude.Managers often use this gesture position when giving instructionsor advice to subordinates and it is particularly common amongaccountants, lawyers, managers and the like. The gesture has twoversions,
    14. 14. The further the hand is moved up the back,Superiority/Confidence Signal of frustration the more angry the Gesture and an attempt at person has become. self-control. He is showing a greater attempt at self-control
    15. 15. Cool & Superior
    16. 16. Nagging me..Never use it.Specially when youneed to introducesomeone.
    17. 17. The standard arm-cross gesture is auniversal gesturesignifying the samedefensive or negativeattitude almosteverywhere. It iscommonly seen whena person is amongstrangers in publicmeetings, queues,cafeterias, elevators oranywhere that peoplefeel uncertain orinsecure.
    18. 18. The full arm-crossgesture the person hasclenched fists, it indicatesa hostile and defensiveattitude.The person using thisgesture cluster has anattacking attitude, asopposed to the person.
    19. 19. This gesture is thedefensive version ofboth arms beingheld horizontally infront of the body withboth thumbs up toshow that the user iscool.
    20. 20. Lack of confidenceThe full arm-crossgesture the person hasclenched fists, it indicatesa hostile and defensiveattitude.The person using thisgesture cluster has anattacking attitude, asopposed to the person.
    21. 21. Not confident.
    22. 22. Disguised arm-cross gestures are highlysophisticated gestures used by people whoare continually exposed to others. This groupincludes politicians, sales people, televisionpersonalities and the like who do not wanttheir audience to detect that they are unsure ofthemselves or nervous.
    23. 23. Feel free to contact www.FocusWithTokas.com www.Facebook.com/FocusWithTokas info@FocusWithTokas.com +91 8285111260-64

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