In this podcast episode, host Theresa Carpenter introduces Chase Hughes, a Navy veteran and a renowned body language expert. Chase's impressive background includes being a military and intelligence behavior expert, co-hosting a popular YouTube channel, and being a bestselling author in tactical behavior skills. Teresa delves into Chase's motivation for joining the Navy and how he transitioned into entrepreneurship.
Theresa and Chase discuss the science of nonverbal communication and how it has been studied over time. They talk about the 600 peer-reviewed articles on nonverbal communication and how it has been pushed forward by people like Paul Ekman, a master of microfacial expressions. Chase also shares how body language is innate to humans and a fundamental aspect of communication.
Chase's passion for body language stems from his earlier struggles with social anxiety. He shares how reading about body language helped him see other people's insecurities, fears, and doubts, making them more approachable. He also explains how his work now has a bigger purpose, driven by his friend's death during an intelligence failure.
Towards the end of the podcast, Theresa and Chase discuss the importance of taking chances and trying new things. They talk about how failure is a crucial part of the learning process and how it is essential to keep pushing forward, especially when starting a business. They also touch upon the importance of mental health, and Chase is working on developing immersive training products for larger companies.
Chase Hughes is a Navy veteran and a renowned body language expert with expertise in behavior profiling.
His work has helped companies improve their sales performance and intelligence operatives enhance their interrogation skills.
Chase's newest book provides a concise and robust system which he teaches intelligence operatives and agencies.
He also conducts live events, seminars, and training sessions for law enforcement and other organizations.
Chase's passion for body language stems from his earlier struggles with social anxiety.
Theresa and Chase discuss the importance of taking chances and trying new things.
They touch upon the importance of mental health, and Chase is working on developing immersive training products for larger companies.
Meet Our Guest
Chase Hughes is a highly sought-after Navy veteran and body language expert with a wealth of experience in behavior profiling. He is the author of two best-selling books, "The Ellipsis Manual" and "The Behavioral Table of Elements," widely recognized as seminal texts in tactical behavior skills.
Chase's expertise lies in teaching elite groups, government agencies, police, and private companies how to leverage behavior science skills such as behavior profiling, nonverbal analysis, deception detection, interrogation, and advanced behavior investigation. He is also a co-host of the Behavior Panel, a popular YouTube channel that analyzes body language and human behavior in videos of public interest.
Over the years, Chase has helped countless companies improve their sales performance by training their sales teams to spot why customers are not buying. He has also helped intelligence operatives enhance their interrogation skills, enabling them to extract valuable information from suspects.
Chase's work has been featured in numerous media outlets, including Forbes, NPR, and the New York Post. He is a sought-after speaker and has delivered keynotes at various conferences, sharing his insights on how body language can build better relationships and drive business success.
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