Happy High Status: How to Be Effortlessly Confident

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Happy High Status: How to Be Effortlessly Confident

Happy High Status: How to Be Effortlessly Confident

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Such a pleasure to be interviewed by the truly wonderful Viv Groskop, author of How to Own the Room and Happy High Status, about how I developed my voice. There’s also a welcome look at how to deal with situations in which people may wrongly assign a ‘lower’ status to you based on the fact that you’re not a white man. When complimenting online, ensure to keep your statements short and crisp, and you may also add a few smilies.

In episode 1 I’m talking to actress Patsy Palmer about public persona versus inner critic: the business we all have to face in life — of navigating the gap between other people’s perception of us (capable, confident, in charge) and our perception of ourselves (often feeling that we are not remotely capable, confident or in charge). I really liked her lesson that confidence is not about what other people think of you, it’s seizing and creating your own status by teaching them how to treat you. As the graph depicts, self-perceived attractiveness scores increased in the presence of a compliment and vice versa. Surely we’ve all had that sweet, sweet moment in our working lives where we get to think to ourselves “Tough job but someone’s gotta do it…”?Paying a compliment is a great way to show your affection and can increase the personal-well being of the women at the receiving end. Building these traits can lead to a more compelling and impactful presence in various aspects of life. We give people around the world the opportunity to contribute to the circular economy, earn money and protect the planet, by trading their unwanted books and media. Self-assuredness: Being self-assured means having a strong sense of self-confidence and self-belief.

Hi, I’m Suswati, journalist and editor, discovering what makes us human and “how to be”, whilst showcasing polarising conversations. Her previous books include How to Own the Room: Women and the Art of Brilliant Speaking and Lift As You Climb: Women, Ambition and How to Change the Story .She says, “Over the last week I have received a couple of random compliments from complete strangers that totally made my day. She is the host of the podcast How Own the Room , with over 2 million downloads and guests including Hillary and Chelsea Clinton, Margaret Atwood, Professor Mary Beard, Nigella Lawson and very occasionally a man like Brian Cox ( Succession 's Logan Roy). It is a sense of self-assurance that allows individuals to face challenges, take risks, and tackle difficult situations without being overly affected by self-doubt or fear of failure. No matter what you do to your hair — whether you curl or straighten it, tie it up or leave it loose — it looks amazing on you. I’ve also read her book ‘How to own the room’ where she introduced the ‘Happy High Status’ concept in a very memorable and intriguing chapter.

Other books/articles looked at:Rolf Dobelli: The Art of Thinking Clearly: The Secrets of Perfect Decision-MakingKeep following How To Be Books at http://www. Pay in 4 is a form of credit, so consider whether you can afford the repayments as use of the product may impact your credit score.This is what I was talking about at How to Academy at the weekend: lots of great performers are scared of being themselves in front of others. I’ve been using the following quote from Maya Angelou a lot lately and I closed with it yesterday: “People will never remember what you said.

Authentic and honest compliments are likely to impress a girl and make her see you in a positive light. The wider issue — certainly in the UK — is an issue that news providers can’t fix: increasingly people don’t feel part of a community… So no wonder they want to disengage from news when it only frightens and depresses them and makes them feel more atomised.Recently finished Happy High Status (in record time) and what a wonderful message Viv Groskop is sharing with us. Prioritise hope and the elements of your life that you can control and influence — and definitely prioritise your sense of humour and of proportion. If people are looking to you for confidence and clarity when all around you is complexity and chaos, you could do a lot worse than read this guide to being yourself while also being charming, calm and authoritative.

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