Sometimes, in the competition of gaining wealth and leading a proper lifestyle, we often forget how we should behave. We often forget the importance of prioritizing ourselves and our mental health over anything else. Although we are progressing, and our rich, prosperous society is growing while creating wealth, we leave behind the small villages and communities where majority of people in our country lives.
People drifted away from the society where they once belonged – big families in which everyone lived together. And with days, they prefer to live all by themselves. And while exploring what it feels like to live alone, we are gradually forgetting the art of communication, forget about body language.
According to research, even in this wired, well connected digital world, humans still rely more on their subconscious minds to read what others say.
It has come to such a fall that you might not even know your neighbour correctly, or you haven’t seen them. And that is one of the main and fundamental reasons why you should learn and understand what body language means. It becomes a necessity to understand the thoughts and expressions of other people.
But the question is, how would you enhance your acumen to understand the body language of other people?
And what can be more useful other than reading and learning more and more about its nitty-gritties.
When you read something, it stays in your mind, you can feel it, and thus you become quite confident about it.
Therefore, if you want to learn about body language, you need to first know about the importance or the benefits of body language. And it is only then you can benefit from reading body language books. Let us now see the benefits of reading body language books.
Why Should People Need Lessons on Body Language?
Before getting started with the benefits, I would like to tell you about one of the best books on body language, which not only speaks about the use of body language in a face-to-face communication but also online and virtual platforms like Zoom, Google Meet, Microsoft Teams and Webex
The book titled Body Language 2.0: For online communication, which recently got book launched at The Constitution Club of India, Rafi Marg, New Delhi, discusses in a detailed manner about screen-to-screen communication that became a new normal during the Covid period and now is seen as a much convenient and cost-effective mode of hybrid communication in a post-covid times.
You can find this book on Amazon as well as the publisher’s website – Books 33 and written by Dr (Prof) Shalini Verma, author of 74 published books.
The book is of utmost importance for those who have want to leverage their body language for effective communication.
It is true that people used to be active before covid began in the year 2020, and after that, people got used to the phenomenon of online activities. Be it conferences, meetings, studies, or anything, it all started on the digital platform.
According to research, people lost the zeal to take part in activities. It all became stagnant, and now, with the beginning of hybrid mode, one needs to be accustomed with both the ways of communication – virtual or online and face-to-face or offline.
We need to keep re-learning new skills to perform better in your profession and job. And there is nothing better than reading the best books on body language.
Apart from learning body language from the body language books, there is a plethora of things that we should learn from them. Now, let us see the benefits of reading the best books on body language.
Maybe you are not a fan of reading, but you also lack the basic business communication that you should need in life, so there is only one thing left for you. Reading the best books on communication skills and body language.