• Females look more at those they are talking to than do males.That’s one of the reasons women prefer a face-to-face conversation, while men are content to talk standing side-by-side.
Eye contact is so powerful a force because it is connected with humans’ earliest survival patterns.And the power of that infantile eye contact still retains its impact on the adult mind.Whether it’s shifty-eyed guilt or wide-eyed innocence, we automatically assign enormous credence to the signals we give and get when we look into each other in the eyes."Did you know that eye contact is like Goldilocks and the three bears? Too much eye contact is instinctively felt to be rude, hostile and condescending; and in a business context, it may also be perceived as a deliberate intent to dominate, intimidate, belittle, or make “the other” feel at a disadvantage.but I’ve heard that said about LOTS of things I’ve gone on to learn or teach, and I’d be surprised if this is any different.I’ve never tried to teach this before because I didn’t really know to teach it...
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One of the most powerful means of communicating with others nonverbally is by calling up your most piercing, incisive eye contact.