Detecting Lying

Recognizing liars takes little effort. When someone lies, he minimizes eye contact. He is usually downcast. A lying person glances from the corner of the eye. You can also spot dubious statements by watching hand movements. Notice when someone's hand covers the mouth, rubs the nose or tugs the ear - it betrays something fishy.

A liar experiences obvious discomfort; he may shift in his seat or shuffle his feet. His feet may point towards a door signifying a desire to escape interrogation.

Never take this posture when persuading. No one likes liars. No one follows the suggestions of liars.

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