Hi, Nick here.
Let's cut to the chase: you're on Udemy to improve yourself.
Whether it's design skills, programming know-how, or learning how to file your own taxes, you're here because you want to get better and become the best version of you.
For many people, it's entrepreneurship. For others, it's art or design.
But for me, it's learning how human beings work. What makes us tick. Why we make the decisions that we do, and how you and I can use that knowledge to improve our lives.
In 2019, with social anxiety and depression at an all-time high, I truly believe social skills are the most important thing a person can learn to benefit all areas of their life, from their career, to their business, to their relationships.
Confident, socially acute people get better jobs. They get better lovers. And I can assure you they have significantly more fun than their non-confident counterparts.
As a veteran instructor, I have several courses on human behavior - odds are you've seen a few floating around. Body language. Vocal tone. Sales skills. Etc etc...
But this time, I wanted to do something special. Something that nobody else had done before. And after receiving literally over a dozen requests for a course specifically on emotion and facial expressions, I decided to take the leap and make the first science-driven guide to microexpressions out there.
I've spent the last few months reading countless empirical articles on cross-cultural human behavior, emotion, and facial expressions. I've interviewed dozens of people.
And from it all, I've managed to leverage my five years of behavioral neuroscience knowledge to take literally decades of research on human behavior and distill it into an easy-to-learn one hour guide that anybody can understand.
Want to be more socially aware? Or become an excellent lie detector? Or level up your sales skills immensely, by being able to evaluate your prospect's emotions in real-time? After taking this course, you'll easily be able to do all three.
This course will answer questions like:
- What are microexpressions?
- How do we detect them effectively?
- Why do we flare our nostrils when we're angry? Or squint when we're disgusted?
- What's the evolutionary purpose behind human emotion?
- What practical situations can we use microexpression detection in to improve our lives?
So let's get this show on the road! Grab a snack, buckle up, and get ready for a deep dive into social dynamics, evolutionary psychology, and practicality.
See you inside.