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Confidence Tips from a Business Motivational Speaker

Pick any motivational speaker and you will discover that, confidence refers to that self assurance that someone has within themselves.

To be a successful business motivational speaker you must show confidence in your words and body language. Being self-assured and friendly will win over your audience.

 

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What is Confidence?

Pick any business motivational speaker and you will discover that confidence refers to that self-assurance that someone has within himself or herself, that often relates to the ability of doing something. Confidence is that aspect of human character that determines success in life. Confidence however, is not being pompous and acting as if you think you are better than other people are. The amount of confidence one has can determine how they feel, in particular situations, how they feel about the day and so on.

Be Presentable

The common phrase that people who are less confident often use is “who cares.” This attitude is applied to every aspect of their life and becomes a valid excuse not to take care of themselves. If you want to start building your confidence, you need to start by looking into ways of keeping up with yourself. A business motivational speaker will advise you to manage what time you sleep and for how long, don’t just sleep and wake up at random.

Secondly, what you need to take control of is your body language. Whenever you talk, your body does the majority of the job. Imagine the last time someone tried to lie to you, their eyes moved too fast or they could not look at you directly, whatever the case may be their body language gave the away. A confident person is able to project confidence through their body language and this is a key element when making a first impression. Body language can never be emphasized enough when you want to become a business motivational speaker.

 

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What a Professional Speaker Should Avoid When Showing Confidence

Speaking in public is a tough one for most people.

As a professional speaker you want to inform your audience in a friendly way, not alienate them by acting like a ‘know it all.’

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Public Speaking

Speaking in public is a tough one for most people. However, speaking in front of people as a professional speaker is an art that anyone can learn. Everything needs effort and therefore becoming a great speaker requires come sacrifice of its own. However, as a professional speaker there are certain aspects of speaking that you should avoid and knowing them is a major part of that process.

Mister Know it All

While knowledge is something to be admired by society, no one likes it when someone is all over a subject and is arrogant because they think they know everything. What you should know is that you are among the most knowledgeable people in the room about the subject of your speech. This means that whenever you speak, always be well researched and always know what you are talking about. Make sure that what you say doesn’t come out with you looking like a Mister Know it all.

Whenever you go to talk, make sure you get there early so that you can socialize and communicate with some attendees and win them to your side before you even start your speech. Also, ensure that you occasionally tell jokes about your common ground; this is good for you and your presentation.

When making an appearance as a professional speaker, allow for unforeseen circumstances, such as a projector failure, etc. Have enough to talk about to fill the gap and don’t loose your cool.

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The Importance of Confidence to Productivity in the Workplace

Self-confidence is one of those intangible traits that encourages an employee to do their work well. Confidence in what they are doing will lead to more productivity in the workplace.

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Confidence is the Key

Self-confidence is definitely the key to success, especially when it comes to higher levels of productivity in the workplace. Therefore, management should always look into the many ways of boosting the confidence of their employees. How employees see themselves is vital and it will affect how the rest of the work force views them. In any work setting the more confident a worker is, the more they are likely to succeed.

Have you ever thought what your workforce would achieve if they were not confident in themselves or your business? Confidence doesn’t only apply to those who want to lead people. Confidence is very vital for anyone to be able to lead their own life. This therefore applies to how many goals they achieve in their personal lives, as well as those they set to achieve in their work.

Confidence Can’t be Taught

Confidence can never be taught to employees. Never will you be able to improve their confidence directly to increase productivity in the workplace. However, as management you can set up initiatives to encourage confidence in the workplace. Confidence is learned and not inherited from our parents. What you have to understand is an employee can never be changed by you, but it is their willingness to learn. Management can only go as far as encouraging smart choices and so on, but implementation and the effect on productivity in the workplace solely lies with the employee as an individual.

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Motivational Keynote Speaker Defines the Role of Success

Motivational speaker keynote Andy Core says confidence is important in creating competence in your life. This may not always be true for others but it often is the case with most situations.

Motivational keynote speaker Andy Core says confidence is important in creating competence in your life. This may not always be true for some, but it often is the case with most situations.

Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Well Being and Peak Human Performance.

Trust and Competence

Motivational keynote speaker Andy Core says confidence is important in creating competence in your life. This may not always be true for some, but it is often the case with most situations. Take for example, that job you want to nail; if your confidence is very low you are likely not to get the job. When you are in an interview, you need to take advantage of body language and use it to show your confidence and convince the employer that you are the one for the job.

If your behavior says you are not competent, you will not get very far in life. When you are confident, you automatically become trustworthy. For example, in the workplace, the manger will not assign a sensitive task to someone who does not show confidence. This is important to your success. A motivational keynote speaker will tell you that if you don’t have confidence in your ability to succeed then you are most likely not going to succeed and there will be fewer people that are going to take you seriously.

Get What You Want

Everyone wants to be happy and more so everyone deserves to be happy. Most of the time happiness is defined by possession of what you really want in life. In order to get what you want in life and in turn be happy, you need to be able to believe in yourself and that you can successfully finish any task assigned to you. This will affect your life in a positive manner.

Motivational keynote speaker Andy Core concludes that talking negatively about yourself will often put you down in the eyes of others as well.

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Appear Confident, Even When You Don’t Feel It

Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Wellbeing, and Peak Human Performance

Dressing well will help you look and feel more confident

Dressing well will help you look and feel
more confident

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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