38 gestures of body language

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Gestures and movement provide the visuals that accompany your words. Learning to use them effectively will help you convey your message with confidence and your audience will see your message instead of just hearing it

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38 gestures of body language

  1. 1. Zones Intimate
  2. 2. Personal
  3. 3. Social
  4. 4. Public
  5. 5. Shows that a person does notknow or understand what you are talking about
  6. 6. Means"All correct"
  7. 7. It is an OK signal normally, but, when it is jerked sharply upwards it becomes an insult signal
  8. 8. Submissive palm positionDominant palm position Aggressive palm position
  9. 9. Taking control handshake Giving control handshakeGlove handshake
  10. 10. Positiveexpectation
  11. 11. Lowered steeple Raised steeple
  12. 12. High clenched hands indicate people who are difficult to decipher
  13. 13. Confidence Frustration Gripping hands
  14. 14. &
  15. 15. Negative & superior attitude Thumb displays Dominant or aggressive
  16. 16. Suppress the deceitful words
  17. 17. Catch a lie.. Sometimes indicates thinking hard
  18. 18. Collar pullIndicates anger & frustration
  19. 19. Evaluation Boredom
  20. 20. Defensive Or negative attitudeStandard arm cross gesture
  21. 21. Arm Gripping Gesture Show that the user is cool’ and to make his superiority felt
  22. 22. Partial Arm-Cross Barrier Gesture lacking in self-confidence
  23. 23. ‘Readiness which in the right context is correct, but the basic meaning is aggression
  24. 24. Closed formation Shows intimacy and signals for privacy
  25. 25. Shows nervous,reserved or defensive attitude
  26. 26. The 4 Leg Lock Position Sign of the tough-minded, stubborn individual
  27. 27. Territorial gestureIndicates pride of ownership
  28. 28. Ownership gestureReflects an easygoing, relaxed and carefree attitude

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