So if you're setting the time for an interview, try and be the first or last through the door.5 | People's feet are often an insight into what they're thinking.For example, if you approach two people talking and they turn their torso to you but not their feet, they'd prefer you left them alone.Just don't go overboard or you'll appear insane.2 | If you want to make a positive impact while shaking hands with someone make sure your hands aren't cold.Warm hands have been proven to leave a positive impact on the recipient, freezing blocks of ice less so.3 | During an introduction, make a note of someone's eye colour.Which hopefully they will be anyway.14 | A warm handshake makes you far more attractive to people than a cold one. Invest in some gloves.15 | The best way to learn, is to teach.
3.1 Then there's the shaking head: It’s easy to manipulate people when your body language is supporting your words. ” and their head is shaking it obviously means: Can we please call it a night?
This will happen within 20/100 of a second, so you’ll really have to look carefully. Eye contact People who aren’t particularly involved with each other or have a casual relationship normally hold eye contact for 30-60% of a conversation.
Couples who are in love hold eye contact for 75% of a conversation.
If you want to encourage something, you nod your head. If the head is nodding while asking the same thing, he definitely wants you to stay. 3.2 There’s a saying that goes, “If you don’t like what you see or hear, your lips disappear." Think back to a really awkward situation or a time where someone pissed you off. Hiding your lips is a micro-expression that signals stress, anxiety, anger or sadness. 3.3 If your date’s shoulders are all the way up around their ears, it’s a sign of discomfort.
If we feel intimidated our reptile brain automatically tricks the body into protecting our neck and throat—“turtlenecking”.
I studied a little witchcraft called "behavioural biology," and even if women are from Venus and men from Mars, when we break it all down, we’re all just primates living together on this planet wanting to mate.