The very best science based articles & videos on body language, psychology and communication skills!

Sean’s exploration of human psychology has seen him spending a year alone in a remote part of China, living in the Cambodian Jungle for three years at the Hariharalaya retreat centre for conscious living; teaching over 150 full day workshops on Body Language and Communication skills; lecturing at the prestigious ecole Paul Du Brule and  teaching workshops at the famous “Green School” in Bali. He has worked one on one with CEO’s, top level management, actors, laywers and Nina Hachigian, U.S ambassador to the ASEAN. This part of the site is dedicated to the best videos & articles online as well as his own writing on his favourite subjects.

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The third chimpanzee- Audiobook- Jared Diamond

So this is my all time favourite book on evolutionary biology/psychology. An absolute classic. Perhaps a little deep for the absolute beginner but definitely something to work towards. Best book I’v ever read? Maybe!

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Your Body Language Shapes Who You Are- Amy Cuddy

In this great TED talk Social psychologist Amy Cuddy shows how “power posing” — standing in a posture of confidence, even when we don’t feel confident — can affect testosterone and cortisol levels in the brain, and might even have an impact on our chances for success. This is a must watch video for anyone who is interested in gaining a deeper understanding of how Body Language shapes the way others see us.

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One minute book review- “body language” by allan pease

In the first part of my new book series I review an absolute classic. This international bestseller reveals the secrets of nonverbal communication to give you confidence and control in any face-to-face encounter–from making a great first impression and acing a job interview to finding the right partner.

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what is body language? by sean borland

This is the question I  always start my workshops with. Its interesting to see how people answer. Obviously you are curious… that’s why you are here, right?

It’s very common to hear people listing specific gestures like crossing your arms or something vague like “facial expressions”.

 But how do we bring it all together within a scientific framework?

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