By Allen O'Bannon

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Hilarious and sensible information regarding the paintings of backpacking from NOLS instructors.

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34 THE SIGNAL SYSTEM Smiling at work Those in certain businesses such as the service and entertainment industries, are encouraged to smile so that it becomes a natural part of their work activity. It is relatively easy to teach this, because it has such obvious quick and immediate rewards to those who smile: they feel better, others respond more positively, and they succeed in their task more quickly and more often. Thus they feel better about themselves and their task, and smile more naturally more often.

He has a nose for where the money is”. “Yet she still came up smelling of roses”. “He is always sticking his nose in other people’s business”. “She always sticks her nose in the air”. “I will ensure that I rub his nose in it”. • Body state expression: Feeling is often expressed in terms of body language. Thus we: “shoulder a burden”, “face up to” other people, issues”, try to “keep our chin up” or “grit our teeth” in the face of pain, have a “stiff upper lip”, “bare our teeth” on occasion, “catch the eye” of another, and “shrug off” misfortune.

10. People look more at cooperators than competitors. Persuaders look more when trying to influence. Attention. Hitch-hikers, charity-tin shakers and others all maximize eye contact to increase attention. People look at each other about 75 percent of the time when talking, but only 40 percent of the time when listening. One looks to get, and keep, the attention of others. Interpersonal relationships. People look at those they like more than those they do not like. Their pupils dilate more when they are looking at someone they like.

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