Editorial

9 Behaviors Of A Confident Person




Keep in mind confidence is not bravado, or swagger, or an overt pretence of bravery. Confidence is not some bold or brash air of self-belief directed at others. ... Confidence is a natural expression of ability, expertise, and self-regard. I'm fortunate to know a number of truly confident people.


Confidence can take a lifetime to build while taking only a moment or two to crumble into tiny bits. Depending on the life circumstances we are dealt with, having a confident demeanour can start very early in life; as young as toddlerhood.

Some of us had great parents who instilled positive values, which in turn made us believe we could become, do or be anything in life. Others did not, but perhaps found confidence later in life in other ways, such as through sports or by forging ahead in academics and within the workplace.

1. Looking into eyes while speaking

2. Not gossiping behind

3. Accepting their subject knowledge and ready to pick new things

4. Precise use of “Thanks” and “Sorry

5. Saying “NO” for impossibilities

6. Always having a charm in their face

7. Staying away from controversies and negativities

8. “Can Can” attitude when stars are falling

9. Genuinely complementing their peers



No comments