Facial expressions serve primarily as a means of practical communication. With all the different muscles that precisely control the mouth, lips, eyes, nose, forehead and jaw, it is estimated that human faces are capable of more than ten thousand different expressions. This versatility makes the non-verbal face extremely effective and honest, unless it is deliberately manipulated. In addition, many of these emotions, including happiness, sadness, anger, fear, surprise, disgust, shame, fear and interest are universally recognized.  While the key to success in personal and professional relationships lies in your ability to communicate well, it is not the words you use that speak, but your non-verbal cues or “body language” that speak loudest. Body language is the use of physical behaviours, expressions and mannerisms to communicate non-verbally, often instinctively and not consciously. Chronemics is the way time is used. Our use of time can communicate and send messages, non-verbally. The way we use time and give our time to others or not give it can communicate different messages. Chronemics can send messages about what we value to others, and also send messages about power. “When you see someone who is in a position of power over you, like your superior, it is not uncommon to have to wait. However, you probably consider it a bad form to make you wait for a more powerful person.
In fact, the rule seems to be that the time of powerful people is more precious than the time of less powerful people.  It is very likely that you will believe the non-verbal message. If you want to communicate effectively, avoid misunderstandings and enjoy healthy and healthy relationships, both socially and professionally, it is important to understand how to use and interpret body language and improve your non-verbal communication skills. Take note of the need to become culturally sensitive before making an interpretation of body language that might or may not inform you of what the individual really thinks. This also applies to other non-verbal interpretations of a colleague`s thinking or importance. Some people are more sensitive to the meanings of non-verbal communication. Others advise. If you want to hide your emotions or your immediate reaction to the information, pay attention to your non-verbal behavior. You may control your voice and words, but your body language, including facial expressions and smaller movements, can express your true thoughts and emotions.
Most people are really open books, especially for an experienced non-verbal reader. Non-verbal communication is often used to facilitate learning in native American communities. Non-verbal communication is essential to participate together in common activities, as children in native American communities will learn to engage with non-verbal communication by deliberately observing adults.  Non-verbal communication allows continuous observation and signaling to learners when participation is required. Culture plays an important role in non-verbal communication and is an aspect that helps to influence the organization of learning activities. In many native American communities, for example, non-verbal communication is often emphasized, which is a valuable way to learn from children.  In a study of children in the United States (allegedly indigenous) and Euro-European heirs who saw a video of children working together without speaking, it emerged that children of Mexican heritage described the actions of children as collaborative and said that the children in the video “talked about their hands and eyes”.  What message are you going to believe here – their verbal communication (his words) or their non-verbal message (his behavior and tone)? Clothing is one of the most common forms of non-verbal communication.