The Commuter’s Read

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Body Language

What does your body language say about you?

From strangers on the street, to your closest friends and family – even if you’re not speaking, you’re saying a lot with your body.

Body Language explores the way we use our bodies to communicate, the way we hold ourselves, the way we sit, stand, and point our hands, feet and eyes can all reveal how we are feeling in any given situation. This book explores the body language we use in a wide-range of business and personal-life scenarios, from delivering a presentation at work to how you should act on a first date!

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Instant Memory Training For Success

Instant Memory Training for Success provides real, practical brain training that works. Fed up of forgetting everything from where you put your keys to an important meeting at work? Chester Santos is here to help by walking you through the five techniques that can help you start improving your memory today. Instead of getting bogged down in theory or chasing fads that don’t work, this book focuses on real-world scenarios where better memory makes a big difference.

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Great Answers to Tough Questions at Work

Difficult questions can be thrown at you from your first job interview through to challenges you get when you’ve made it to the top. If you find yourself on the firing line on a regular or occasional basis this is the perfect go-to guide to help you turn tough questions into positive opportunities.

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Real Confidence

How confident are you? If you feel like your confidence could do with a bit of a boost to help make personal and professional situations easier Real Confidence will help you take on the confidence robbers, keep track of your confidence daily and incorporate confidence-building habits into your life on a regular basis.

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How to discuss 360 feedback

360 feedback is a popular tool with organisations – but not always with individuals, as it can be handled clumsily. Giving 360 feedback can be daunting. How will the person respond to it? How can you make it the positive, developmental experience it should be? This user friendly guide will show you how to get the very best out of that meeting.