Winners Walk Differently!

How to improve your Image, Self-esteem, and Confidence

In 30 seconds or less, I could tell if you’re a Winner or Not.  You don’t have to say a word; your presence speaks for you.  Winners walk differently!

Whether you are walking up the hallway at work, down the aisle of your local grocery store, or scrolling through the airport, people will feel your presence and sense if you are a person of value. Winners walk differently!

Body language makes up over 90% of the human perception. When you walk into a room, how do others describe what walked in the room?  Are you confident?  Are you filled with energy and enthusiasm?  Do you have passion and pride in your personal brand?  ARE YOU A WINNER?

How to Walk Like a Winner:

1.)  Lift your Head Up (ensure that your chin is not on a even plane with the ground)

2. ) Stick Your Chest Out

3.) Hold Your Shoulders Back

4.) Walk with a Faster than Normal Pace   (Winners are always on the go)

5.) Smile (winners are happier than most)

6.) Adopt a rhythm (hard to explain, but you know it when you see it)


Sounds simple right?  It is.  But I wonder why this powerful walk is not commonly practiced.

Take a few minutes out of your day to people watch.  You will find that most people walk with their head down, chest caved in, shoulders hunched over, and at a very slow pace (like they have no where to go).  Body language is everything.  It speaks loud.  Very Loud!

If you walk like a winner, your results will soon follow.  People are naturally attracted to people with high levels of confidence, energy, and enthusiasm.  Others will look forward to entering your presence.  They will feed off of your energy.  You will become a magnet.

Go outside right NOW and put this information into action.  Go for a walk in the park or at the mall.  With consistency, you will have this down in no time.  The more you walk with power, the stronger your confidence will get.  Do not walk like the 98%.  Walk like a Winner! 


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