What are the behaviors of a confident person?
When a person has genuine self-confidence, their behaviors are something like:
- Relaxed demeanor – You have this calm and collected presence that shows you have everything under control.
- Speak slowly, modulating your tone – Don’t jump into a conversation or yell to be heard. He talks to you when you want to listen.
- Don’t interrupt – You understand that you have all the time in the world to respond, so why interrupt?
- He always has an open body posture – He doesn’t hide in a corner with an empty beer bottle trying to look good. It opens and proclaims availability for all.
- Maintains eye contact – Always. You will never see this person feel intimidated by someone.
- Makes your views clear – Makes your views known to others but is not intended to offend anyone.
- He walks deliberately – He walks as if he owns the world. Have you ever seen Grant Cardone walk? Then you know what I’m talking about.
- He doesn’t try to please anyone – He doesn’t care if he likes you or not if you hate him or not. That is your problem and not his. He is self-sufficient and only does what he thinks is right.
- Doesn’t rush to answer people – When called, listen, and turn slowly and intently.
- Does what others fear to do – He has control over his emotions. Even if you feel afraid, proceed to act anyway.
- He just smiles because he knows life is good.
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