Your eye patterns – where your eyes move when you are remembering or imagining something – indicate what is happening in your mind. This information is used, for example, when someone wants to know if you are lying (such as in LIE TO ME – the TV series.) But it can also help us know how the person we are speaking with prefers to process information. While this is part of a longer discussion on how to create rapport, eye patterns combined with language patterns tell us a lot about how people learn best and how to communicate with them so that they can really relate to the listener. Interesting within the broader field of professional communication.
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