What your movements say

El body language, which is nothing more than what you transmit through movements or gestures, betray completely your feelings or perception about the person with which you are interacting. When conversations with one or more people, you reflect and send thousands of signals and messages through your behavior. So pay attention and take advantage to the following data, because both in your work life and in your personal life, they will be of great benefit to you.
Acto
What reflects
Caress the jaw
Decision making
Interlace your fingers
Authority
Yank at the ear
Look down
Not believe what you hear
Rubbing hands
Impatience
Pinching your nose
Negative evaluation
Lightly tapping fingers
Impatience
Sit with hands clasping head from behind
Self-confidence and superiority
Bow your head
Interest
Open hand palm
Sincerity, openness and innocence
Walk upright
Confidence and self-confidence
Stand with hands on hips
Good willingness to do something
Play with hair
Lack of self-confidence and insecurity
Nail biting
Insecurity or nerves
Head resting on hands or looking down at the floor
Boredom
Join the ankles
Apprehension
Hands clasped behind the back
Fury, anger, frustration and apprehension
Cross your legs, slightly swinging your foot
Boredom
Arms crossed at chest height
Defensive attitude
Walk with hands in pockets or shoulders
Bent over
Dejection
Hands on cheeks
Rubbing an eye
Questions
Lightly touching your nose
Lying, doubting or rejecting something

Tricks

Use your eyes to speak
The eyes are the windows to the soul. The person that looking cleanly into the eyes of others is a confident, friendly, mature and sincere person. Your eyes and gaze can say so much because they express practically all emotions: joy, sadness, restlessness, tension, worry, esteem or respect. Through his eyes many times you can know what he is thinking. Through that, they create a strong help in the conversation.
Proper use of hands
Your hands can be used very well to complement your words and give more strength to your conversation. Do not use them uselessly, much less to do anything that distracts the other person. Also, do not use them violently, clapping or passing them almost in the face to the other person.
Be careful what you touch
There are many people who are always giving
clapping on the back or touching others on the arms, as if to attract their attention. It is good to show affection, but you must also have due respect for others. Show it not touching the other person unnecessarily. Some people feel very upset if they touch him, be careful. But don't talk or listen with your hands in your pockets either, because that denotes indifference and bad manners.
Gestures that denote impatience or boredom
La attitude physics shows what the soul is
feeling. If someone pretends to be interested in a conversation, the other person will easily notice you by their gestures and gestures. Moving nervously or getting up, crossing and uncrossing your legs, moving in the seat, or constantly looking at the clock shows boredom and is gross disrespect. If you have to look at the time, do it on someone else's watch.
Learn to sit
Learn to sit quietly and behave when listening. Distribute the weight of your body equally so as not to get tired while you are sitting talking. If you sit on the edge of the chair, it is indicative that you want to leave as soon as possible. If you constantly change positions, you are screaming that you are bored. If you move your feet incessantly during the conversation, your interlocutor will think that you are upset, insecure, irritated, nervous, tired, or boring. Put yourself in a comfortable and rested position that allows you to breathe better and better manage your voice.
Gaze control
When you're talking to someone, don't be looking everywhere: at the window, at the ceiling, at the floor, or by cleaning their nails. Do not look morbidly and curiously at the shoes, pants, shirt or hairstyle that you are talking about. Maintain eye contact, but without fixing your gaze excessively: this is what crazy people do. Anyway, if you want to stare at someone for a long time without getting tired psychologically, look at their brows. For the other, there is no difference.
Control of facial expressions
Smile! Interspersing warm and frank smiles in conversation conveys confidence, joy and a good disposition. However, don't overdo it. Smiling too often can turn the gesture into a grimace and give the impression that it is something hollow, empty and pretended. Excessive pursing of the lips may reveal that you have doubts or mistrust about what the other is saying or suggest that you are not really expressing what you think or feel.

conclusions

Everything you have read here is a very small part on the subject of body language. I hope you have sown concerns. Of course, you can start practicing as soon as possible. In addition, there is an abundant bibliography in the
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