Adjust Your Posture - Deepstash

Adjust Your Posture

Standing slumped over or with your shoulders caved in is no way to exude confidence . Instead of allowing your body to hunch over, stand up straight, hold your head up high and push your shoulders back. Additionally, when you’re speaking with someone, it helps to have your body directly facing theirs. When you’re discovering how to appear more confident , always remember to start with adjusting your posture and everything else will fall into place.

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