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[文化博览] 【整理】2009-08-26 身体语言的秘密-2

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You’re getting a * peek a peek into the world of what’s really going on there. When you can read body language, every moment you spend with others, you can make it valuable, and if you are in business, you can make it profitable. Body language is crucial.

For those who study nonverbal communication, one of the first indicators they look out for is the way someone’s body moves.

At this *Summit, President Bush is the host to visiting Russian President * Putin.

Vladimir Putin knows the world is watching him on American soil and he also knows that his people are watching, so he must show strength.

Here though, both leaders are making a strong body language statement.

Now here we are, two powerful world leaders in a sort of striding contest, because of course, the faster you stride, the more strong, powerful and fit you are.

But it’s not just the speed of walking that sends out messages.

Vladimir Putin and George Bush, both of whom are fantastically powerful men, have two completely different kinds of power and it, evidences itself through body language.

Vladimir Putin has, what I would call, a very animal power, a strong man power. And he walks by having his shoulders that are actually bouncing back and, back and forth. And he walks. He also makes gestures. He is very active. I would almost call it a kind of sexy power. George Bush, on the other hand, has a more traditional, and I would say, American power. There is a very little movement above the shoulders. He’s trying to look like he’s controlled. There is no extra wasted energy.

Perceiving the body language message of these two powerful Presidents is straightforward. But body language is often complex and easily misunderstood.

Here President Clinton leads Israeli and * leaders * and *out before the press during peace negotiations. It’s all smiles for the cameras. But behind *theof *there is a power struggle going on. Clinton jokingly explains that none of them will take any questions.

We pledged to each other that we would answer no questions and offer no comments. So, I have to set a good example.

The body language then revealed just why that was.


HW

You’re getting a * peek a peek into the world of what’s really going on there. When you can read body language, every moment you spend with others, you can make it valuable, and if you are in business, you can make it profitable. Body language is crucial.

For those who study nonverbal communication, one of the first indicators they look out for is the way someone’s body moves.

At this *Summit, President Bush is the host to visiting Russian President * Putin.

Vladimir Putin knows the world is watching him on American soil and he also knows that his people are watching, so he must show strength.

Here though, both leaders are making a strong body language statement.

Now here we are, two powerful world leaders in a sort of striding contest, because of course, the faster you stride, the more strong, powerful and fit you are.

But it’s not just the speed of walking that sends out messages.

Vladimir Putin and George Bush, both of whom are fantastically powerful men, have two completely different kinds of power and it, evidences itself through body language.

Vladimir Putin has, what I would call, a very animal power, a strong man power. And he walks by having his shoulders that are actually bouncing back and, back and forth. And he walks. He also makes gestures. He is very active. I would almost call it a kind of sexy power. George Bush, on the other hand, has a more traditional, and I would say, American power. There is a very little movement above the shoulders. He’s trying to look like he’s controlled. There is no extra wasted energy.

Perceiving the body language message of these two powerful Presidents is straightforward. But body language is often complex and easily misunderstood.

Here President Clinton leads Israeli and * leaders * and *out before the press during peace negotiations. It’s all smiles for the cameras. But behind *theof *there is a power struggle going on. Clinton jokingly explains that none of them will take any questions.

We pledged to each other that we would answer no questions and offer no comments. So, I have to set a good example.

The body language then revealed just why that was.


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