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How To Write a Book

It was the 7 year anniversary of my book True Lies being published, which got me thinking about writing in general. This post isn’t so much about how to write a book as it is about how I went about … Continue reading

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Book Order Finally Arrived!

With the whole world in lockdown, it takes a little longer for things to arrive in the mail that’s for sure! I like to have a few books at hand – mainly as give aways to clients. If you’d like … Continue reading

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14 April 2014 Expression

What do you think is going on in this image? Click on the FACS code’s to code this expression. Post your thoughts in the comments below. Want to learn more about reading faces, interpreting body language and detecting deception? Click here to order True … Continue reading

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Reselling or Bulk Purchasing of True Lies

Thank you for your interest in bulk purchasing True Lies; A Guide to Reading Faces, Interpreting Body Language and Detecting Deception in the Real World Recommended Retail Price per Book:          $13.99 USD

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The Dangers of Interpreting Body Language

“It is important to remember that body language has a sender and a receiver – therefore interpretation of any gestures can be subjective. Interpreting still images lacks the context surrounding the image therefore we can not accurately know what happened … Continue reading

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Anger is One Letter Short of Danger

I think Elliott Larson sums up anger well in his quote, “Anger is only one letter short of danger.” Anger can be evoked by any number of personalised triggers, with everyone having their own individual “pet hates”, tolerances, and breaking … Continue reading

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Contempt

The feel of contempt is individual and based upon someone’s personal morals. Someone can feel contemptuous towards another person when they feel they have the higher moral ground such as if the person is doing something that they morally disapprove … Continue reading

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Happiness

Happiness is a positive emotion and one most of us seek to experience more often, and is used to shape many of our less important daily choices as well as help us with our bigger lifelong choices. Ekman & Friesen … Continue reading

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Surprise!

Surprise is the briefest of emotions, with a sudden onset that dissipates quickly as the stimulus that caused the surprise is understood. Once the event that caused the surprise has been evaluated, another emotion quickly follows, such as happiness (a … Continue reading

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True Lies #1 in 6 Countries

A huge thank you for the support of True Lies, which has become #1 under the category of detecting deception in Amazon in 6 countries! Excerpt: A man stands between you and your car; arms folded, legs apart, with narrowed … Continue reading

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