How To Be Confident In Any Situation

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For many men, Don Draper is the epitome of confidence. You're happy with your agency. You're not happy with anything You don't want most of it you want all of it, and I won't stop until you get all of it But what most people don't realize is that confidence actually comes in two flavors? There's the external confidence that you project which can make closing deals making friends or seducing happen more naturally But there's also the internal confidence you feel how comfortable you are in any given situation so in this video we're gonna be analyzing what Don can teach us about both levels of confidence and how mastering each level can take you from being nervous to completely confident in any Situation now at the most basic level we have the way that Don carries himself. Obviously.

He's a good-looking guy He's got nice suits, but it's his relaxed body language. That is the most interesting for instance He almost always sits asymmetrically and spreads himself out comfortably will actually cause you to relax if you do this yourself Don also moves freely around most environments which signals a sense of comfort and ownership wherever he is he acts like the boss everywhere Now, you don't need to take it this far but simply having your feet at least shoulder width apart when you're standing or leaning with your arm draped over a chair in a way that doesn't prevent someone else from sitting there goes a long way towards projecting confidence Additionally, you'll see Don subconsciously signal that others need to work for his attention He leans back in his chair Even when he's in a position where you'd think he'd want to win someone over Like with clients this flips the dynamic and makes them work harder to win him over Not bad in the winter.

It's quite a shock coming back. Well put but That could be any vacation This was very very different Don creates a similar effect with his eye contact in the beginning of many interactions He's aloof making limited eye contact almost disinterested in what is being said.