How to Walk Into A Room and Be Confident

How to gain confidence in your everyday life
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  • Lectures 24
  • Length 1.5 hours
  • Skill Level Beginner Level
  • Languages English
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Published 11/2015 English

Course Description

Learn the skills about what it takes, inside and out, to be more confident. Learn how body language affects how you feel about yourself. Also learn techniques that you can apply today to make yourself feel confident any new situation.

This course will review how body language can help you feel in control in a conversation, meeting or social gathering. How you hold yourself makes you feel stronger and more confident while also projecting that same vision to others.

In addition, you will learn about how to think in a confident way. Those who have confidence see themselves in control of the situation and know that they can handle whatever comes their way. In this sense, the negative and anxious thoughts of someone who is not confident holds them back. When you feel that you can't handle the situation in front of you, then you will guarantee failure, or at least the feeling of failure when it is over. This course will help you change the negative and anxious thoughts that pop into your head into positive action thoughts that will propel you.

Confidence is about taking action and when you push yourself to step out of your comfort zone, you will succeed. This course will talk about the issue of avoidance and trying to escape an uncomfortable situation. When you feel confidence, an original and new situation doesn't bring about the feelings of dread. Instead it turns into an opportunity to gain new skills and experiences.

This course is about seeing that confidence isn't a foreign concept. It is not something that someone is born with. It is a skill that can be learned through practice. The anxious person may feel that it is impossible to get past their fears but with this course they will see improvement in their day to day life.

What are the requirements?

  • an open-mind to try new things

What am I going to get from this course?

  • speak with confidence
  • stand with confident body posture

Who is the target audience?

  • anyone who feels anxiety in new situations

What you get with this course?

Not for you? No problem.
30 day money back guarantee.

Forever yours.
Lifetime access.

Learn on the go.
Desktop, iOS and Android.

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Certificate of completion.


Section 1: You can easily feel confident if you follow this course!
Introduction - What you will learn
What is confidence?
Section 2: Body Language

Learn what body language is and how important it is for your confidence level.


Learn negative facial expressions and how to use positive facial expressions to project confidence.


How to hold your torso and arms to show confidence.


How to stand or sit to show confidence.

Section 3: Fashion and Style

How men can dress and style themselves in order to feel confidence.


How women can use fashion and styling to feel confident.


Information for those that feel apathetic towards clothing.

Section 4: Speaking Voice
How to say "No!"
Using "I" Statements
Be Clear
Use Silence as a Tool
Section 5: Be Positive

How to combat and replace negative thoughts


The benefits of positive thinking


How writing down thoughts and feeling gratitude helps confidence

Section 6: Take Action

How avoidance hurts self-confidence


How "disaster thinking" can hurt confidence and lead to inaction


Why pushing out of your comfort zone is scary but beneficial

Section 7: Be Prepared
Look at your strengths
Break up the task

Use preparation as a tool to build confidence.


Once part of the job is done, look at what you've accomplished and change your actions, if needed.

Section 8: You're Done!

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Instructor Biography

Elizabeth Cauley, Teacher with A Diverse Background to Share

I am an elementary school teacher from California. I have been studying and working in education for many years and have learned to help people become their best selves. I have studied psychology and behavior for over ten years and have learned about motivation and behavior and how to shape a person's thinking. These skills allow me to teach others skills that they can easily put into practice.

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