Your Body Language Shows Your Confidence
Your confidence is all about attitude and the body language that you carry along. There are certain body impressions that one may wear to show a high confidence level and make things turn one’s way round. Your body language speaks volume!
Your body language shows your confidence:
Here, have a look at the following:
- Expanded body impression:
A research has revealed that by picking up an expanded pose or precisely the power pose; such as standing with legs and arms wide open for even, two minutes may help boost the confidence. The underlying mechanism involves the release higher levels of testosterone in relation to a level of cortisol which reflects hormone of dominance as well as stress, respectively.
- Composing an eye contact:
When one turns up to participate in a discussion, making an eye contact by turning your torso and head towards the participant’s displays a high confidence
Instead, leaning forward, tilting one’s head and nodding may reflect your concentration and high-level of confidence moreover, evading the activities such as going over your texts or watch may be a wise choice.
- Bringing hands in move:
One of the executives revealed that to evaluate the level of confidence and satisfaction; he observes that how high a person holds his cup of coffee. Thus, more confident you are, the higher you hold your cup of coffee.
With this, a gesture showing your hands on waist shows your boosted confidence and may help elevating more.
- Taking Pauses while speaking:
To bring in confidence to your life, taking required pause may help. This may be required both in speech and movement, for instance, when delivering a presentation or getting up from an edge of the seat. The right use of breaks may signal other people your level of confidence without putting them into any surprises. It is one of the best means to inspire others.
- Opening up:
A nervous person may be seen in a position where he tends to cover himself while on the contrary; a confident person shall never tend to cover his hand or body which reflects an image of being a coward and defensive. He would rather be open and have a clear body language.
Confident people are open to their sentiments and ever ready to express their emotions and to be honest about their feeling. They may use their hands and their body as a token of expression. At the same time, they may overdo their emotions with their hands and gestures to let out the right amount of it.
Above all the points, a confident person wears an appearance of a natural person. They never give a notion that they need to control their body language or act to look confident. This all turns out to be natural and effortless.
Confident people always take an initiative in greeting the people and do it assertively. The right body language that would depict this would be with a smile on face, looking into the eyes of another person and shaking hands firmly.
However, a fine line exists between being confident and arrogant. To conclude; a confident person believes in equality and would represent so through his controlled body language which an arrogant fails to maintain.