Good Posture (1/5)

A trait that can be one of the most damaging to how a person is being perceived, a bad form of posture can range from anything like having your shoulders slouched, to swaying your back out. With different postures radiating different messages to an audience, it’s important that you don’t fall into what the trap of going with what feels the most comfortable for you in the moment. A good posture will demonstrate a healthy level of confidence and taking the situation seriously, and will separate you out immediately from those that don’t necessarily assume posture’s importance in an encounter. 

Written by James Metcalfe

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