2. Maintain eye contact
The eyes are frequently described as”the “windows to the soul.” Take into consideration the context when determining what kind of eye contact is being made by someone else with you.
If you can’t get someone’s eyes from yours It could be a sign of an interest in you. If you look at someone with eyes and they are unable to make themselves look away is a sign they’re nervous or are hiding something. There’s something wrong if you’re talking to someone who’s face makes you squirm, particularly if they’re seated and don’t blink – and they may have lied to you.
1. Create a Baseline
People have different characteristics and behaviour patterns. They might be able to clear their throats, look at the floor while talking or bending their arms, itch their necks, scratch their heads or pout, frown, or move their feet often. If others are doing these things, we might not notice them initially. In the event that we are aware, then we don’t take notice.
People take part in these activities because of a variety of motives. It could simply be an issue of the proper manner of conduct. The same behavior could be an indication of dishonesty anger, or anxiety. Making a mental picture of behavior that is normal in other people will allow you to read and interpret non-verbal signals.