Finding Your Inner Lion : 10 Powerful Behaviors of a Confident Person
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Quiet self-assuredness you can sense from a mile away. The way they carry themselves is the manifestation of confidence itself. You can just feel it in the air.
They don’t have to brag about their talents, strengths, and successes. You can simply see all of it yourself.
Not desperate for anyone’s acknowledgment or approval. Confident people know that not everyone will like them, so it’s not in their nature to change themselves just to please others.
Playing fair. Although there are some confident people who might step on someone just to get ahead of them, the majority of confident people don’t need to use such unethical tactics to reach their goals because they know they are better than that.
Being respectful. They don’t have to put others down to elevate themselves. They already know their worth and will never make someone else feel worthless, either.
They are charming and charismatic. It’s not that they necessarily look like supermodels cropped out of fashion magazines. Rather, they have an alluring personality that makes them very pleasant to talk to.
Acknowledging someone’s effort/job done well. Confident people understand the importance of praising someone when they deserve it.
Complimenting others. Unless the person is a walking red flag, confident people can easily find something to compliment others for.
Giving themselves a chance. They don’t harshly criticize and insult themselves after every failure and mistake. Rather, they pick themselves up and keep trying until they succeed.
Working on themselves is their lifelong priority. Confident people greatly value self-improvement, so they are always trying to make themselves a better version of themselves in one way or the other.
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