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That person may be withdrawn, look down, lower their voice, pause, be kind of herky-jerky.
Now, I know it seems really obvious, but when you're having a conversation with someone you suspect of deception, attitude is by far the most overlooked but telling of indicators. They're going to show they're on your side. They're going to be willing and helpful to getting you to the truth.
They're going to be willing to brainstorm, name suspects, provide details.
There are going to be times when someone makes one expression while masking another that just kind of leaks through in a flash. Your new joint venture partner might shake your hand, celebrate, go out to dinner with you and then leak an expression of anger.
And we're not all going to become facial expression experts overnight here, but there's one I can teach you that's very dangerous and it's easy to learn, and that's the expression of contempt. We make deceptive flailing gestures all over the place all day long. But when you see clusters of them, that's your signal.
They're going to say, "Hey, maybe it was those guys in payroll that forged those checks." They're going to be infuriated if they sense they're wrongly accused throughout the entire course of the interview, not just in flashes; they'll be infuriated throughout the entire course of the interview.