Nonverbal Cues in Sports: Soccer Penalty Kick

The pink locker room has been a popular story . . . and fortunately, Martin was reminded of another sneaky, brilliant tactic used by Chelsea in the opposing team locker room Have the boot locker low down, close to floor level, so that the away team player player has to bend down (and hopefully strain …

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Nonverbal Cues – Locker Rooms

Earlier this week we covered nonverbal influence in hockey also known as the fighting penalty. That post brought some wonderful comments about other ways we communicate a message nonverbally in sports. Locker Rooms Go to the home team’s locker room and you will find it pleasantly fragranced (a fancy way of saying it smells good) …

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Nonverbal Cues in Casinos

A place heavy with nonverbal cues is a casino. Some of the best nonverbal environmental research is done for them. If you have ever entered a casino you may have noticed the carpet . . . specifically, how busy and probably hideous the carpet is. For the uninitiated, the crazy patterns serve two main purposes. …

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Personal Influence – Office Supplies?

EXPERIMENT: What kind of pen do you use at the office? Is it a regular Bic disposable, a Cross or Mont Blanc, or is it the freebie from a pharmacutical sales rep? If you use a freebie or the basic disposable, consider using a less disposable (everything is ultimately disposable, right?) pen for one day. …

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Environmental Cues that make you buy

In October, I have the opportunity to present ground-breaking research on the meaning and effect of the environmental cues that surround us. If that gets your blood pumping, sign up now: Kevin Hogan’s Body Language Mastery Course. It is a weekend packed with body language and non verbal cues that will blow your mind. You’ll …

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