Body language: What does your non-verbal cue say about you?

Did you know that you are talking to people, even when you are not saying anything at all? We are constantly communicating with non-verbal cues that we are sending without even thinking about them. Some of it is purely instinctual and some of it is learned behavior over our life time.

Did you know that if you frown for a minute, you will start to feel irritated and angry? Or that if you were to force yourself to smile, even when you don’t feel like it, you will notice that you are feeling better in a couple of minutes? Our nonverbal do govern how we feel about ourselves.

If you are curious, I really recommend watching the TV series “Lie to Me“. I love how they break down non-verbal cues into micro-expressions and derive so many meanings out of them. I read the book “Blink – the power of thinking without thinking” and immediately got so interested in non-verbal communication that I downloaded all 3 seasons of “Lie to Me” and watched it. I promise you this, you will NOT be disappointed.

So, to sum it up,

Our bodies affect our mind

Our mind affects the outcome

So try your power poses and be aware of the non-verbal cues that you are sending to yourself.

Posted on June 25, 2013, in Uncategorized and tagged , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.

  1. Shaikh Masud Pervez

    That was really interesting Arman, thanks for sharing. By the way how is baby doing???


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