“So, how about helping me move this weekend?”

You quickly look away, then reply “Sure,” as you cover your eyes and start rubbing them with your finger tips.

Rubbing our eyes … a tilt of the head….a shrug of the shoulders … all subdued messages that often speak louder than words.

The body has a language … but, where does it come from? Is it a psychological safety switch inherent in our nature …

and, if so, does it follow that we all possess an intuitive sensor for truth and lies?

Join Leo Brown, author and professional development instructor at Einstein’s Circle this Wednesday when he talks

with expertise and insight on why … just maybe … despite what we think … we cannot tell a lie.

Fore more information about the event, see our detailed listing.

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