Whatever it is
that makes you feel like this...
DO MORE OF THAT!
This is a little peak inside BLX!
The Body Language Experience!
Honored to collaborate with photographer @g.banga
I would not let just anyone inside the sacred space that is BLX. I truly appreciate your work, and was honored to share it with you!
3,230188 hours ago
Body language plays a huge part in how others evaluate us. But what social scientist Amy Cuddy wanted to find out is can it also determine how we evaluate ourselves?
It turns out that "Fake it til you make it" is more than a fun rhyme--it scientifically works! Make a few small adjustments to your posture so that it resembles that of a truly confident person:
Make eye contact when speaking to someone
Keep your shoulders back (don't hunch or make yourself smaller)
Keep your chin up
Even if you're faking this posture initially, consciously maintaining it will eventually lead to a genuine increase in confidence! Don't you just love a life hack that you can start right this second without any tech or tools? Start faking it today and you'll be making it sooner than you think!
کیف ها در مورد ما چه میگویند!؟
شما به کدام سبک از کیف استفاده میکنید!؟
یک جنگجوی شهری هستید!؟ یا یک صلحطلب خجالتی!؟
پ.ن: این مطلب به طور کامل برای همه شخصیت ها قابل صدق نیست!
ورق بزنید و ببینید
Photo Credit: @gettyimages@versace———————————————
از وبسایت مجله اینترنتی مدوپیا،
در آدرس زیر دیدن نمایید.
Painted By: @philippweberartist This year I and 23 other Ibex Masters will be exhibiting this September in New York (on Fifth Avenue!). The artists I’m collaborating with here are all fellow Ibex Masters and over the coming months you’ll see more collaborations between all of us. Philipp Weber was born in Rostock, Germany (East Germany) in 1974. Philipp is an artist who attempts to capture the stories that move him. As an artist Philipp looks for an inner truth. Philipp is always trying to look beyond the flawless skin and bring into view the feelings, desires and dreams of his subjects.
Yesterday, I noticed the horses running around and they were somewhat agitated.
Joe was chasing the others and wouldn’t leave them alone.
When I showed up, he trotted up to me, nearly begging for help.
What was happening?
Can you see it yourself?
This is what it looks like when horses speak to you loud and clear.
Can you see him pointing to his shoulder?
Can you sense is annoyance and anxiety?
This is for all you intuitive people. If you can tell me what’s happening, you understand horse language very well.
It took me a few moments to figure it out but once I did, there was an easy solution.
Stay tuned for the next post to find out the answer.
If you live in Australia, your horses may very well be experiencing the same issue.
Hint: he wasn’t being naughty, he was asking for help. The problem was very tiny and very annoying.
Please comment with your guesses.
5137 minutes ago
You like my sweat, gee thanks, just danced it! 💅🏼😂💃🏼🎉 Monday’s class was fire peeps!
I’ll be teaching tomorrow at @equinox Coral Gables tomorrow, 6:35PM!
Have you ever wondered why so many people misinterpret posts and comments on Facebook? Have you or someone you know ever got upset with what someone has said on Facebook only to find out later that that’s not what they actually meant? Well there’s a simple explanation as to why this happens.
Dr Albert Mehrabian conducted a study in 1967 and claimed that communication could be broken down into words, tonality and non-verbal movements or body language. Further, he claimed that words only made up approximately 7% of the communication process, 38% of communication was the tonality people used and the remaining 55% comes from body language.
So, it seems that what you don’t say conveys more information than the words you speak. When you only hear the spoken word, say over the phone, you are getting less than half the message, and when you read the written word, you are only receiving 7% of the message.
When someone writes a post on Facebook, or comments on somebody else’s post, how do you know what they really mean. They are only giving you a very small percentage of what they are really thinking. The rest is up to you to take that tiny bit of information and then create the rest of the story for yourself.
Don't plant your bad days. They grow into weeks. The weeks grow into months. Before you know it you got yourself a bad year. Take it from me. Choke those little bad days. Choke 'em down to nothin'. They're your days. Choke 'em! --Tom Waits
📸: @_c.g.photography_ .
Do some of you have a hot date coming up with someone you’ve been chatting with on Tinder for a while and you’re nervous about how to get your flirt on in person? Are you in a long distance relationship and you want to bring on the sex appeal because it’s been a while since you’ve seen them? Are you 100% single and feel awkward during social interactions? Fear not. I got y’all covered.
Let’s talk about the power of nonverbal communication in attractiveness and mate selection. Communication through the body is just as if not even more important than verbal communication. It can even help get you noticed by a potential mate or display strong characteristics without having to say much at all.
📝Tips for everyone: (1) Have open body language. Avoid crossing your arms too much as this translates as disinterest. (2) Smile! You don’t have to be grinning 24/7, but having a stern look most of the time comes across as uncivil. (3) Keep an upright posture. This displays confidence and security in yourself whereas being hunched over displays nervousness and timidity. (4) Move slowly but with a sense of purpose. Don’t be quick to pop someone’s personal bubble, but gradually feed off their energy until you’re comfortable enough to incorporate slight touch into the conversation. (5) Keep nervous habits to a minimum. Fidgeting, nailbiting, foot tapping, and yes, even nose picking, are so common to the point where people don’t realize they’re doing it. Distracting habits like these can make a person appear anxious and flustered. .
Check out the comments below for more tips by yours truly 💁🏾♀️👇🏾
“A mother is the truest friend we have, when trials heavy and sudden fall upon us; when adversity takes the place of prosperity; when friends desert us; when trouble thickens around us, still will she cling to us, and endeavor by her kind precepts and counsels to dissipate the clouds of darkness, and cause peace to return to our hearts.” --Washington Irving
KNOW YOUR WHY
Explaining something to a client isn’t as simple as just telling them ‘HOW’.
It goes beyond that.
If you want them to have a deeper understanding as to what’s happening - you need to explain to them ‘WHY’ they are doing what they are doing.
Save your, “But Dave everyone may not care why they’re doing something” I’d say… Doesn’t matter - that’s their choice on what they do with the information after you give it to them - not to decide for them.
This same mindset can carry over to life - KNOWING YOUR WHY!
If you get caught up on waiting on the how’s, you’ll stay right in place.
KNOWING YOUR WHY will pull you towards action. .
KNOWING YOUR WHY will give you reason to do the things you need to do, especially when you don’t want to do them. .
KNOWING YOUR WHY will make you do what it takes to find the answers, instead of hoping someone will just “make it easier for you”
KNOW YOUR WHY