Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Wellbeing, and Peak Human Performance
If you act like you know what you’re doing, others will follow you almost anywhere. Putting off an air of confidence will take you far, even when you’re not so sure of yourself.
Maybe you’re interviewing for a job, or have to give a big presentation, or you may be facing any number of other nerve-wracking events. The good news is, you can appear confident, whether you’re feeling that way inside or not.
If you’re going to be in a situation where you’re out of your usual element, you must make sure you are prepared. Preparation will go a long way to alleviate your jitters.
You should also dress nicely, fix your hair, and try to look your best overall. When you’re feeling good about yourself, your confidence will be far greater than if you’ve rushed yourself to get ready.
Don’t forget to stand up straight, look other people in the eye, and smile. Don’t rush yourself, and try to concentrate on what you know, rather than what you don’t. Be friendly and outgoing. Also, stay busy. Don’t give yourself time to think too much about whatever’s got you worried.
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