When you practice and emulate these behaviors, you will feel more confident and exhibit a confident persona.
Accept yourself, as you are. .. ‘warts n all.’ Unconditional acceptance will enhance your outward veneer.
Assume the feeling of what you want to attain in your life. Tell yourself “I feel confident, accomplished, well, etc.
Act confident; perception is reality.
Surround yourself with positive people; let them reinforce your self esteem.
Shake hands with others and “be a man/woman well-met.”
Smile! Smiling is a confident behavior and is infectious!
Make regular eye-contact with others.
Use others’ (properly pronounced) name upon meeting, speaking and farewell.
Stand tall and hold your head high; good posture helps project a positive image.
Control your movements i.e. attention to fidgeting, leaning, weaving.
Dress. When you dress well, you feel better and project strength.
Speak clearly, succinctly; articulate.
Initiate! … Be the initiator with respect to eye-contact, handshakes, conversation, introductions.
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