Do you know most lies happens when you don’t ask the right questions? How to fix this, easy – Ask more questions. DO you know a four years old kid asks 390 questions a day? How many questions DO you ask to your clients, kids, co-workers or partners to know what really is going on?…

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And get away with it !!! The Duchenne smile involves both voluntary and involuntary contraction from two muscles: the zygomatic major (raising the corners of the mouth) and the orbicularis oculi (raising the cheeks and producing crow’s feet around the eyes). A fake smile or, as I like to call it, a “Say Cheese” smile…

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Recruiting Trends to Watch for 2019 The job seeker experience is paramount: HR managers (36 percent) cite improved user experiences for candidates, employees, and hiring managers as a top priority for recruitment and HR management going into 2019. Efficiency is critical: HR managers also say helping recruiters to be more efficient in filling roles faster…

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The purpose of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI®) personality inventory is to make the theory of psychological types described by C. G. Jung understandable and useful in people’s lives. The essence of the theory is that much seemingly random variation in the behavior is actually quite orderly and consistent, being due to basic differences in the…

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A new study from ZipRecruiter shows that Gen X & Boomers are better negotiating the first salary offered, against new generations like Gen Z & Millennial. |84% Gen Z workers aged 18-24 accepted the first salary they were offered, making them the group the most likely by far not to negotiate |59% of Gen X…

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Find out how daytime snoozing habits vary in other cultures. In some parts of the world, life practically comes to a grinding halt in the early afternoon. People head home from work for a siesta, as it’s known in Spain, or a riposo, as it’s called in Italy. Whether that means a short nap of 20 minutes…

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Face Reading, Thin slices, Proxemics, and Eyebrows LOW EYEBROWS   Face Reading (FR), or Physiognomy We have been talking about this concept for a while already. But something most people do not realize is that FR allows you to see people in an objective and not subjective way. What you see is what you get…

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BIG EARS- How they interact in LOVE-WORK-TEAM BUILDING-KIDS and everyday life. 1* free class. Check every week for new articles and free training for new ways to better communicate. The ears are the antennas of our body, the way to introduce information, content, and concepts to our brain. As with any antenna, the size, the…

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How to sell “me” anything based on my face What to learn from a horrible sales experience     HUMAN BEHAVIOR LAB  We work on unlocking the science behind Human Behavior, Micro-Expression, Body Language, Deception-Detection, Statement Analysis, Face Reading (Physiognomy), and Personality types through research and teaching.   Did you ever go on the horrible journey to…

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