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Color Psychology 101

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Can the color you wear really affect your mood? Research says yes; color can absolutely affect your mood, behavior and stress levels. Color specialist Leatrice Eiseman says how colors affect us correlates to that colors behavior in nature. Eiseman has asked thousands of people what they think of specific colors and has found many patterns. More Info »

White Lies Parents Tell Their Kids

Love this infographic and thought you would too: Little white lies that parents tell their kids [Infographic] by the team at And don’t forget to watch our video on how to know when your child is lying: Want to Learn More About Lie Detection? Check out our Power of Body Language course where we More Info »

A Party on Facebook

We finally launched our Science of People page on Facebook!   And boy oh boy do we have big plans. Here is what we will be using our Facebook page for: Posting videos for practice on body language and human lie detection Discussing new research and science Giveaways and contests Q&A with me and other More Info »

What’s the One Thing Missing in Your Life?

I know, that’s a really deep question. But, I’m posing it to our fabulous community in the hopes that we can open up and start a dialogue together. Here’s Why: I usually talk about more optimistic, science based topics. But today, I want to dig a little deeper and a little darker, if you will More Info »

How to Turn People On

Let’s talk about what turns people on. Now get your mind out of the gutter! I’m talking about what turns people on emotionally—let’s leave the physical side for another email. Wink, wink, nudge, nudge. If you want to be memorable, you have to know how to turn people on. We scoured the scientific findings and More Info »

Dog Body Language: How to Speak Canine

I decided to write a silly post today about dog body language. I am a huge dog lover and dog owners everywhere know that dogs have their own unique kind of body language. Here I have listed all of the puppy body language you might see in your canine. I have gathered this information from More Info »

Body Language in Sports

Sports is all about the body, movement and nonverbal communication. Teammates have to read each other’s cues, while competitors have to stake their claim and show nonverbal prowess. What are some of the body language cues in sports? Here is a rundown of the nonverbal cues you can spot while watching your favorite team: The More Info »

I’m Coming to Your Company

…I hope! I’m booking my next round of speaking engagements and I would love to come to your company! I love speaking to groups and have traveled the world for 8 years as a corporate trainer. I’ve also been lucky enough to consult for Fortune 500 companies including American Express, Symantec and Johnson and Johnson. My training is More Info »

4 Essential Business Body Language and Etiquette Tips

How can candidates, employees and managers show respect and leadership in the workplace? I have partnered up with Libby Van Vleet, business etiquette expert to bring you the best body language and etiquette tips you can use in the workplace. Both your manners and your nonverbal communication speak volumes about who you are. Great body More Info »

Killer Conversation Starters

We have talked a lot about the importance of having open and approachable body language at networking events or parties. Here is a quick reminder: Open torso with uncrossed arms Head and chest up Shoulders pulled back Mirroring other’s body language Smile at people walking by Always offer to shake hands But what else can More Info »

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