The You Code: What Your Habits Say about You

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Vermilion, 2010 - Body language - 322 pages
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The only book to tell you what your habits say about you, and how to read other people Did you know that the way you eat your food will be sending subliminal messages out about your sexual habits, or that the way you decorate your desk could be helping your boss decide about that promotion or raise? We're all aware of the subtle messages of design and marketing but we also regularly send out signals about ourselves and our personalities. This book helps readers to uncover the hidden meaning behind the simplest of choices. Addictive and entertaining, it pulls no punches, telling you more about yourself than you ever wanted to know, as well as providing an intriguing insight into the people around you. From your favorite television show to the type of coffee you drink, even down to the filling in your sandwich, this is a must for anyone who wants to find the meanings behind the details, and, more importantly, what what clues they're giving the world about themselves.

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About the author (2010)

Judi James started her career as a leading catwalk model and trained many big names at her modelling school in Chelsea, Naomi Campbell among them. Judi is now a leading television expert in body language, social behaviour, image, workplace culture and communication skills. She appears regularly on programmes such as Big Brother, The Xtra Factor, Newsnight and Sky News. She also writes a regular column for You magazine and has a celebrity problem page in More. She is the author of Poker Face and The Body Language Bible.James Moore is a feature writer for national newspapers and also writes frequently for a range of magazines. He is the author of Blagging It- How to get Everything on the Cheap.

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