Action seems to follow feeling, but really action and feeling go together. By regulating your actions which is under the more direct control of your will, you can indirectly regulate the feelings which is not.
So if your mood affects your posture and body language, isn't it true that it can also work the other way around? By adjusting your posture, expression and body language, you can greatly affect your mood.
Therefore, if you can start acting confident and self-assured, that is already a huge step towards becoming just that - confident and self-assured.
For instance, to develop courage when you know you have to speak in front of an audience, act as if you already had the courage. Of course you have to make sure you are well prepared and know what you are talking about, but if you are feeling nervous, anxious and insecure, acting courageous can help you a great deal.
When your body acts a certain way, it sends signals to your brain that you are feeling the emotion that is congruent with your posture and body language.
The Victory Factor shows you easy ways to implement this and how exactly to act confident, charismatic and courageous. It shows you how to use your body language to magnetize and energize.
We very often also give in to gravity. We are sometimes not aware of where our bodies are in space. We don't take the time to be mindful of our posture and the way we are perceived by others.If you just become aware of your demeanor in the slightest degree you will be amazed at the changes you will notice in yourself and the way others react to you.
The Victory Factor shows you exactly how to act confident. It shows you easy to learn body language tips that will create instant results. I show you how to practice your posture, poise and presence so that it can become second nature, so that it feels real and it is real.
Once you start acting confident you immediately start feeling confident as people will naturally act
more positively towards you. The result is real confidence.
You have to also consciously change your attitude about yourself, know that you can
be confident, know that you are beautiful. You have your own set of attributes to offer the world. You are truly unique.
So start immediately by making the mirror your best friend and becoming more mindful of the
way you use your motions and expressions. You will very soon be able to recreate that feeling of
confidence and great presence away from the mirror.
As soon as your body knows how it feels and you have an image in your mind of what you look like, and how you feel when you are confident and self-assured, then it is easy to recreate that look and feeling at the drop of a hat.
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