It’s a common idea in NLP that you can’t “not” communicate.
Meaning you are always sending out signals.
Your mood is reflected in your posture, facial expressions, body language, etc.
If you’re trying to sell a product to somebody (or impress a girl) they don’t have to say a single word, yet you’d know whether you’re on the right track or not.
If they just glared at you with their arms crossed, you’d know you were getting nowhere.
On the other hand, if they had a smile on their face, and nodded appropriately (and their pupils were dilated) you’d know you were golden.
But there are a lot of there things we humans can’t “not” do.
One of them is exchange.
Every breath in is to exchange oxygen for carbon dioxide and vice versa.
Every time you shift in your seat you are trading you present state for a slighter better future state.
And every action COSTS some energy.
As biological entities, we are driven to always CONSUME energy, and always SPEND energy.
In that sense, we’re just like a young couple buying their first home.
We want to get the best return for the least effort.
Another thing that is ALWAYS happening is we have an unlimited amount of internal desires.
We’ve always got one or two at the top of the list.
Sometimes it’s a simple as finding a toilet.
Other times it’s as important as convincing the guy in front of us to hire us instead of any of other goofs outside the office.
When the magic happens is when humans interact.
When somebody else has something that satisfies OUR desire.
And we happen to have something that satisfies THEIR desire.
This can be two kids trading cookies on the playground.
Or it could be two future business partners sharing overlapping ideas and dreams of a future billion dollar company.
This concept has been going on as long as there have been people.
It is unstoppable.
It is uncontainable.
It is who we are.
The more you get in game, the more money you’ll make.
All you need to do is maximize your nature.
That which is ALREADY inside you.