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EscapeGIRL 03-17-2007 06:02 PM

Body language Part (1) : Eyes,brows and face
Hey all
this is one of my favourites hoppppppe u enjoy
I made a research on the Body Language in business
for my english class ..
and I've found a very interesting stuff that I like to share
with you

I'll devid the topic into parts to make it easy to focus

hope you like it

Body language is a fascinating skill.
People rarely recognize how much information they give off and how noticeable it is to the human eye.
Even to the untrained human eye.

Eye Contact and Brow Movement

Lets take a look at positive and negative indicators:

Positive Behaviors
Direct Eye Contact Interested, likes you
Smiling Eyes Is comfortable
Relaxed Brow Sign of Relaxation

Negative Behaviors
Limited or No Eye Contact Lying, uninterested, too confined, uncomfortable, distracted focus
Tension in Brow Confusion, tension, fear

Let me explain eye contact a bit further.
There may be several reasons why someone is unable to hold eye contact.
Now, Im not talking about staring at someone either. Notice when you are interested how much eye contact you give and why you look away.
It can simply be that you are distracted,
for example a bird flies by and catches your eye.
When people are not able to tell you their honest feelings they most often cannot hold eye contact.

Another reason for loosing someones eye contact is when you step into someones personal space (and each of us have a different size boundary);
their natural sign is to look away. Check it out for yourself. Test some people
(make sure you know them fairly well, you dont want to get bopped on the head for invading personal space):
walk toward your friend and see how close you can get before their eyes dart away.
Also note that the same person has different boundaries for different people,
thus the tighter your friendship usually the closer you are able to get.

When someone talks to you,
do they look directly at you or look away?
Maintaining eye contact when talking (or listening) to someone gives an impression that you/they are confident and honest.
Making little eye contact can say that the other person doesn't like you,
is nervous or shy
or perhaps believe that they are higher in status and think that eye contact isn't necessary.

"Making little eye contact can say that the other person doesn't like you"

Also, look out for it if you believe that someone isn't being truthful,
as most people can't keep eye contact when they are bending the truth.

However, someone looking at you non-stop is stressful
and in these situations you should throw your hands around a bit more or point to brochures
and objects to distract them.
Staring is basically seen as an aggressive act and can
also be interpreted as being unbalanced.

If talking to people outdoors,
avoid wearing sunglasses as this can be very uncomfortable for the other person
and can give an image of trying to hide your identity
In addition, try to blink as less as possible as this
can make it difficult for the other person to understand you (due to being distracted).
Blinking less also gives an image of confidence.


Facial Gestures

Facial Gestures are the second part of body language to read.
The most important part of facial gestures is the mouth.
Upward turns in the corner of the mouth are most often positive signs and downward turns or flat lines in the mouth demonstrate negative behavior.
Observe the persons lips to see if they are pressed together or relaxed and comfortable.
Do they show signs of happiness or signs of discontentment ?
A persons cheeks and dimple structure are also important to watch.

The most important thing to understand about reading facial behavior is that we all have the ability.
Most people however never pay close attention to human tendencies and activities.
Success in sales requires you to observe human behavior.

Also A simple smile can make others feel more at ease where a frown can make people see that you are aggressive or unsure of something.
We use facial expressions to get our points across in the right context.
For example, your message would suffer if you were saying how angry you are with a huge smile.

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