Body Language for Communicating Confidence:

1. Good eye contact, but with natural breaks. The average eye contact with strangers lasts three seconds, with the time increasing as we become more familiar.

2. Avoid a stiff posture. Shoulders hunched up or a back held very straight suggests tension, which does not project confidence.

3. Walk with purpose, not too quickly or rushed.

4. Avoid putting your hands in your pockets and try to keep them visible.