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Sunday, August 31, 2008

Friday, August 29, 2008

Eye Signals

The Business Gaze


When having discussions on a business level, imagine that there is a triangle on the
other person’s forehead. By keeping your gaze directed at this area, you create a serious
atmosphere and the other person senses that you mean business. Provided that your
gaze does not drop below the level of the other person’s eyes, you are able to maintain
control of the interaction.

The Social Gaze


When the gaze drops below the other person’s eye level, a social atmosphere
develops. Experiments into gazing reveal that during social encounters the gazer’s eyes
also look in a triangular area on the other person’s face, in this case between the eyes
and the mouth.

The Business Gaze



  
The gaze is across the eyes and below the chin to other parts of the person’s body. In
close encounters it is the triangular area between the eyes and the chest or breasts and
for distant gazing from the eyes to the crotch. Men and women use this gaze to show
interest in each other and those who are interested will return the gaze.

Thursday, August 28, 2008