Looking self-assured can help you to feel more secure even when your palms are sweating and your heart is racing. Plus, a confident appearance encourages others to trust and admire you.
It's not surprising that being more confident at work can mean more promotions. In fact, a study at the University of Melbourne found a correlation between confidence in elementary school and success at work as adults.
Confidence is not the same as arrogance, and it's important if you're working to appear more confidence you know the difference.
Confidence is about taking risks, going after opportunities, or moving through life with an assurance that what you're doing is right for you. It doesn't mean you know you're right, it means you're ok with failing and learning from it. Confidence is about living courageously.
Arrogance, on the other hand, comes from a place of fear and control. People operate at a level where they believe they are better than others and are right but it's because they're operating from a place of some knowledge. In other words, put an arrogant person on new ground and fear will keep them from advancing. After all, if you don't already know the answer you can't predict the result. Arrogance is living timidly.
I always tell my clients that confidence is verb. It's not something you can wish, hope for, or simply have a discussion about. Confidence is something that you must practice and apply within the various areas of your life.
Whether on a job interview or meeting your future in-laws, you want to do so with confidence to make a good impression....a lasting impression.
I created a free guide called the 13 Essential Secrets to Appearing More Confident and want to share it with you. Try one or all of the methods for projecting more poise and up leveling your life and business.
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