If you are bad at eye contact, people will assume that you are creepy or untrustworthy. If you are merely average at eye contact, you won't be negative, yet you won't be memorable either. But if you are superhuman at eye contact, you will instantly make an impression and have people clamoring for your attention. All this because of eye contact? Absolutely. If the amount of eye-related phrases in our vocabulary is any indication (the eyes are the window to the soul....), yes! Eyes are what people use as a guide to your overall character. Mastering eye contact is essential to becoming the person you've always wanted to be.
What tips and exercises from years of coaching eye contact will you learn?
The number-one obstacle to strong eye contact and the two best ways to crush it.
Exactly how and when to break eye contact gracefully.
How to alter your eye contact for meaningful flirting.
What your eyes should never be doing, though you probably do it daily.
How the direction someone looks in can determine his or her truthfulness.
How to adjust your eye contact according to emotional and physical space.
Real, actionable advice that can actually affect your life.
How will your daily life improve?
You will project an image of confidence and poise.
You will force others to respect you and your presence.
You will become more captivating without having to say a word.
Your charisma quotient will skyrocket.
Interactions with the opposite sex will improve tenfold - guaranteed.
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By Alex on 14-04-16
Thoughts on eye contact
General thoughts of eye contact by the author's personal experience. Chapter 17 on eye access directional cues are inconclusive. Tendency to access thought patterns through eye positions are subjective.
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By Alton on 18-12-15
Insightful but largely obvious?
I think this may be good for me 5 years ago.
Really good step by steps to become more comfortable with eye contact.
(Newscaster on television, in public wearing sunglasses, then with service industry workers)
4 of 6 people found this review helpful