Tony Robbins, one of the best Life-coaches I know and my favorite one in the self-development field, recommends a few things to look at in terms of body-language, when you enter a room.
Of course, it's not all about appearance, as energy fields are easy to be read now, an people "sense" how you feel beyond how your body stands, but it's goo to know where to keep your hands and such :
"The moment you step into a room, people are immediately forming some sort of impression of you. They’re making snap judgments about what type of person you are — trustworthy, sincere, capable. And a lot of this is based on how you carry yourself.
If you’re slouched or crouched, it displays a lack of confidence and even a lack of sincerity. Stand up straight, push your shoulders back slightly and open up your chest. Be sure to keep your shoulders even. Unevenness of shoulders conveys indecisiveness in a person. Also, be sure to square your shoulders towards your speaking partner. We point our bodies where our mind wants to go. So if you are speaking to another, but your body is facing the door, it comes off that you would like to exit the conversation, and the person who you are speaking to may think you are discourteous or uncomfortable. Squaring off your shoulders towards your partner conveys a sense of interest and confidence.
CURB THE FIDGETING
STEEPLE YOUR HANDS
MAKE EYE CONTACT
FIRM YOUR HANDSHAKE
Cristiana Dragomir Eltrayan
Terapeut holistic & Life Coach
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