Nobody likes to be lied to, yet, most of us lie to others… a lot! So it’s time to learn the indicators of lying so that we can protect ourselves from those not so honest people in our lives. Do you know all the signals to look for both verbally and non-verbally? You might be surprised by a few.
I go solo in this show and share with you what I learned about lie spotting, and combine it with my own knowledge of human behavior. There are probably things in here that you’ve never heard before so enjoy the show and get ready to learn things about people you probably wish you didn’t know. After all, knowing the truth isn’t always what it’s cracked up to be.
My favorite quote from this show:
“The more we blink, the more we think” (in reference to when a liar stares into your eyes and tends to blink excessively, thinking about what to say next)
What you’ll learn on this show:
- How to tell if you’re a liar (you don’t think you aren’t, right?)
- If people tend to stare more, or look around more when lying
- What liars add to or subtract from their tall tales
- What liars do to stall for time
- The words you usually hear before a lie is spoken
- The subtle, yet powerful clue of hidden emotions
- The 7 expressions of emotions that we all have in common
- What’s more obvious than the words spoken when detecting deception
- Specific ways liars talk that differentiate them from truth-tellers
- What a liar does when he or she doesn’t want to be associated with the lie
- One of the more sure-fire ways of tripping up a liar
- My confessions of lying and stealing!
- Spy the Lie by Philip Houston
- Liespotting by Pamela Meyer
- What Every Body is Saying by Joe Navarro
- Emotions Revealed by Paul Ekman
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