How to Project Confidence with Alan Shulik

21 Jul

Alan Shulik is a professional psychologist who has worked with a number of different individuals. While every human being is unique, a common theme across many of us is that we lack confidence. Having confidence can help with many aspects of the being, so Alan Shulik recommends that we spend time cultivating and projecting self-confidence. If you are having trouble with your self-confidence, Alan Shulik has these tips to offer:                                             

  • Record yourself speaking on video. This may seem awkward, but Alan Shulik assures you it’s a great way to figure out how you come across to other people in a speaking situation. Watch your facial movements, tone of voice, and gestures.
  • Work on your posture. Even if you are not feeling particularly unconfident, Alan Shulik says that a slouched posture can come across as such to others. If you want to feel more powerful, Alan Shulik suggests standing with your shoulders back, your spine straight, and your head up.
  • Be optimistic. People who are generally optimistic about the world tend to have higher levels of self-confidence, Alan Shulik says. Of course, a natural pessimist isn’t going to turn into Pollyanna overnight, but trying to look at the bright side of situations and solutions rather than dealing on negativity and problems can do a lot for projecting confidence.
  • Relax. Confident people tend to be more relaxed and easy-going through life than those who are not, Alan Shulik says. Of course, there are very stressed out people who also have high amounts of confidence, but relaxing and trying to go with the flow rather than controlling everything in your environment will naturally give you a more serene outlook.

Alan Shulik wishes you luck on your journey to becoming more confident.



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