Ever Wonder The Secrets Behind Successful People? Here Are 10 Body Language Secrets Of Successful People


Success doesn’t come to those who don’t strive for it. You need to make conscious efforts in order to get your name counted among the top people. Besides efforts, dedication, and discipline, there is something else that distinguishes the famous from the ordinary. And that, my friend, is a good body language!

Strong handshake

A strong handshake is a sign of strength and confidence. Never start with a feeble handshake as it will give an impression of you being a weak personality. Always give a firm handshake and rotate your wrist (a bit) in a way that your hand is on the top of the other person’s to give out an impression of dominance.


Smile a little

A smiling face is always appreciated over a gloomy or serious one. Smile when greeting someone or making a friendly communication in order to show your acceptance and affability.
However, it is imperative that you know when to smile and when to keep your lips from curving up.

Maintain good posture

A sloppy posture or droopy shoulders give away an impression of a weak personality. A bad posture is not just a poor health and lifestyle sign but also snatches away your chances of being regarded as respectful or equal to the other person. Maintain a good posture while communicating is considered to be worthy of respect and admiration.No successful person is ever seen with his/her forehead facing the floor, chin bent low, shoulders drooping down or back slumped.

Face the person during communication

Do unto others as you would have them do unto you. Nobody likes to be talking to someone who seems uninterested and disrespectful. Turning your face away or looking around while someone is talking to you only shows that you are disregarding his/her words and presence. It can also reflect anger, distrust, anxiety, fear, consciousness and indiscipline.

Use the facial triangle

It is always recommended to look into the eyes of the person you are communicating with, to show that you are attentive and interested in the talks. However, a continuous gaze at someone’s eyes can look disturbing or weird to the other person and may imply that you are trying to force yourself into the communication or are simply practicing all your body language lessons. Instead, try the facial triangle trick and rotate between the two eyes and mouth of the person to show that you are reading their lips besides participating attentively in the communication.

Don’t rub your face, neck or hand

Rubbing your face, neck or hands are signs of stress and anxiety. It also shows that you are not confident or sure about how to go about doing the work assigned to you. This lack of confidence in yourself will reflect in the other person’s impression about you and he/she too will not be confident of you.

Don’t fidget unnecessarily

Fidgeting unnecessarily or tapping your fingers and feet may again mean that you are distracted and under confident. It may imply your nervousness and anxiety, which isn’t a good sign. To keep yourself from fidgeting, you can try to steeple your hands to come across as intelligent, confident and interesting.
This is often seen in the body language of politicians who want to come across as someone trustworthy.

Strike a power pose

The superhero pose or power pose literally works wonders for humans, especially when you are gearing up for a high-stake or a significant scenario. It not only makes you feel strong, confident and powerful, but also gives out the same impression to others. This pose boosts your testosterone levels and decreases your cortisol or stress levels and enables you to take on the challenges with poise.

Don’t exaggerate expressions or gestures

Too much of anything is not good and same applies to your body gestures. Using your body or expressions in an exaggerated manner will make you come across as someone boisterous and over enthusiastic. Be subtle and a little reserved when communicating with others if you want to be taken seriously.

Don’t cross your arms

Crossing your arms convey a defensive and skeptical attitude. The other person feels you are trying to distance yourself or are ready to strike an argument if you have crossed your arms in front of you. If you want to be accepted and let the people around you stay at ease and connected with you, then refrain from crossing your arms