The Truth About Lying by Stan B. Walters

SkillDing · February 21, 2024

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What does it mean when someone cross their arms? It means they’re being defensive. Or when someone cannot make eye contact? – they’re being deceptive. In fact, this is all nonsense. As a species, we are terrible at reading body language. Who knows why someone crosses their arms or doesn’t make eye contact. We need more information before we can make a judgement. However, there are things we can do to move the needle in the right direction. We can find areas of interest that we can then probe further. In his book, The Truth About Lying, Walters puts forward 7 keys to understanding a persons verbal and non-verbal output. With these keys you can get a lot closer than most to spotting when someone is lying to you. 

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Hosted by Kevin Redmond (linkedin.com/KevinRedmondTraining) founder of SkillDing.com - a digital platform providing you with a suite of tools to measure and track when, where and how you are improving your soft skills. In each episode we have a guest on to discuss a non fiction book that has impacted their life. Every episode includes these tools to enable you remember the most actionable content from the episode and to allow you to find opportunities to deliberately practice and reflect on your efforts.

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