Ways To Make Your Body Speak The language Of Success

Of all the things you wear, your expression is the most important

Body language is a kind of communication where thoughts, intentions and emotions are expressed with the help of facial expressions, body postures and gestures. Studies have shown that an appropriate body language makes a huge difference in communicating your view point to others.

Why is body language important? Does it really matter?

Will you ever believe a person who says a “yes” in a conversation but keeps shaking his head for a no?

A proper awareness of the signs and signals of the body not only helps you to present yourself properly in front of people, but also aids you in understanding the point of view of others.

A correct body language communicates confidence and assertiveness. You might be a very talented person but if you keep fidgeting during an interview, the interviewer automatically gets a bad impression of you. Different situations demand different body languages. One cannot have the same casual attitude both at work and at home.  Body language varies from person to person, culture to culture. Different cultures have different gestures to express their thoughts.  Our expressions reflect what’s going inside us.

It is a common saying that “First impression is the last impression.”  A good handshake, proper eye contact and a perfect posture while talking with people automatically puts up an excellent impression.

An understanding of body language also helps you to read the mind of others.

Meetings and presentations demand a cent per cent engagement of all the members and this can be gained with the right facial and body expressions.  During a meeting or a conversation, the actions and gestures of the people on the other side of the table make you aware whether they are interested in listening to you or not. If the person in front of you is not maintaining an eye contact, it is understood that your message is falling on ‘deaf ears.’



So it is always recommended to be aware of yourself and be conscious of the non-verbal communication. Our body language not just helps us in expressing ourselves but also enables us to respond or acknowledge someone else’s message or communication to us.

People may not always tell you how they feel about you but they will always show you.