Episode 40 | December 20, 2022

Stellar Conversations: The Hidden Messages of Body Language with Jan Hargrave

A Personal Note From Orion

Do you know that 55% of our communication is nonverbal? That’s why when we first meet a person, we immediately form an impression of them. Every hand gesture, motion, or eye movement gives you information about a person’s attitude, feelings, and emotions. 

Today in Stellar Conversations, I’m joined by Jan Hargrave, a leading behavioral authority, body language expert and trial consultant. She is also the author of Let Me See Your Body Talk, Freeway of Love, Judge the Jury, Strictly Business Body Language, Poker Face and a contributing author to Diversity and Inclusion in Quality Patient Care, 2nd ed. She shares the skills needed to truly “read” yourself and everyone around you. 

In this episode, Jan Hargrave shares her expertise on how to read people’s body language. She and I also discuss how to identify if a person is lying and how to uncover the truth in a conversation or situation. And so, without further ado, on with the show.



To get the transcript for the episode, including some great tips and quotes, click here.

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