Power of Body language


Standing or sitting up straight conveys confidence and competence. Slouching can suggest a lack of interest or self-assurance.


 A firm handshake is often associated with confidence, while a weak handshake can imply uncertainty or nervousness.

Eye Contact

Maintaining appropriate eye contact shows confidence and attentiveness. Avoiding eye contact can be interpreted as shyness or evasiveness.

Facial Expressions

 Smiling, frowning, and other facial expressions convey emotions more clearly than words. They can indicate happiness, concern, frustration, or confusion.

Leaning In

Leaning slightly towards the person you are speaking with shows interest and engagement.

Eye Contact with Audience

Engaging with different members of the audience through eye contact can make your speech more personal and impactful.