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Don’t just pace around the room—move with purpose.
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If you’re an introvert, you don’t need to change your personality to develop leadership presence. You just need to learn a few skills.
Quieter people tend to make themselves small, tight. You don't have to make yourself large, just centered.
Keep your gestures fluid if you want to highlight your message and build your leadership presence.
If you are continuously moving your hands in the same way, you are connecting your behaviors to your feelings, consciously or not. You want your gestures to be connected to your mess...
You need to resonate your voice in your mouth, not your nasal passages or your throat.
To see what it feels like to have your voice resonate in your mouth, make an “mm” sound so that your lips begin to tingle. Then, say “me” and note what it sounds like. By moving your sound forward ...
You may struggle with eye contact and need to learn how to focus your gaze to build leadership presence.
But controlling your gaze is not about going eyeball to eyeball. You have to try and make eye contact with each person, for at least five second.
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If you recover your energy while alone or in quiet surroundings, you’re probably an introverted type of person.
You can experience the benefits of both types when you push yourself to overcome weaknesses of one type or the other at key moments in your life.
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Being an introvert has nothing to do with being shy.
All it means is that some people recharge when they are by themselves (introverts).
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Is the unspoken element of communication that we use to reveal our true feelings and emotions - gestures, facial expressions and posture.
When we are able to "read" these signs, we can use it to our advantage.
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