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Human Behavior Hacker | Discover Your Superpower | Interview with Devon Harris |Keep On Pushing

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general.relativePublicationShort.yearAgo Jul 13, 2020
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Today's guest is an amazing person personally and just incredible professionally and I am fascinated by her work she's a hacker and I know when you hear the term hacker you're thinking computer hacker know she is a human hacker right she is a human behavior hacker she believes you can understand people by simply looking on how they behave and is, in fact, the only expert in the world working in all channels of communication face reading personality assessments micro-expressions body language the deception detection statement analysis and forensic and all the different things that deal with movement and pattern analysis she's been hacking people now for over 27 years and is a founder of the human behavior lab and to work with a wide range of entities including the military law enforcement political campaigns and private companies so I am excited really thrilled to welcome to the show Susan Ibis Susan welcome to keep on.About the Host:Devon Harris is one of the top motivational Speakers in New York. He is an original member of the Jamaica bobsled team which competed in the 1988 Winter Olympic Games. He was also the captain of and competed in the 1992 and 1998 Winter Olympic Games. As a corporate keynote speaker, Devon delivers highly customized presentations that are inspirational, motivational, and educational. Tapping the same energy, determination, motivation, and skills that enabled him to bobsled with the best in the world, Devon, as an international motivational keynote speaker is now sparking audiences of all ages to dream big and take their “game” to the next level.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YzB3jSLBSko&feature=youtu.be&fbclid=IwAR1qnEX5Db_6ED9QH-OVYpByATOws9_0mPzzrnwS54vxwg7adVBucq4LIaQ

About Human Behavior Lab

Through research and teaching, we work on unlocking the science behind Human Behavior, Micro-Expression, Body Language, Deception-Detection, Statement & Face Reading.


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