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Factorialist October 7, 2015 - Factorialist Body Language

Like animals in the wild, humans rely a lot on body language and non-verbal signals. How much? Research says body language could account for 55% of communication, and tone 38%. That leaves 7% for words!

Here are some surprising facts about what you say when youre not saying anything.

  • Like animals in the wild, humans rely a lot on body language... via Factorialist
  • Like animals in the wild, humans rely a lot on body language... via Factorialist
  • Like animals in the wild, humans rely a lot on body language... via Factorialist
  • Like animals in the wild, humans rely a lot on body language... via Factorialist
  • Like animals in the wild, humans rely a lot on body language... via Factorialist
  • Like animals in the wild, humans rely a lot on body language... via Factorialist
  • Like animals in the wild, humans rely a lot on body language... via Factorialist
  • Like animals in the wild, humans rely a lot on body language... via Factorialist
  • Like animals in the wild, humans rely a lot on body language... via Factorialist

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Factorialist October 7, 2015 - Factorialist Body Language

Along with your dress, body language, and demeanor, the handshake is a component of non-verbal communication that contributes to that critical first impression. And like many types of non-verbal communication among humans, the handshake is a custom with surprisingly primal roots...

  • Along with your dress, body language, and demeanor, the hand... via Factorialist

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