The power of positive self-image cannot be underrated. Psychologists world-over concur that your first impression is a lasting impression. In this competitive world, where everything from home to school, from school to college, from college to career, is weighed by the competitive scale, you cannot gain that coveted competitive advantage without having polished your self-image.
Your social and emotional intelligence – probably the greatest of all your intelligence required for your success – are projected through your body language. How you are viewed and understood by the rest of the world depends so much on your body language. The kind of friends you engender, the strength of your bond with your seniors, your peers, and your juniors also depends on the power of your body language and the image it portrays.
Power posing is a unique domain of body language. It is all about posing in a manner that sends signals of power from yourself to those around you bringing forth that desired recognition of the power of your being.
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Ian is an inspiring publisher&writer who was born in East Europe. He began his career as a publisher/writer in spring 2013 but had to take a break due to a spinal cord injury. Later after he had recovered he signed up for volunteering work in helping people with the paraplegic disability caused by spinal cord injury. Before the surgery, he was active in a lot of sports like kickboxing, running and weight training but after it, he focused more on mild running.
One of his accomplishment is the lost 36 kilograms of weight in only 9 months through vigorous exercising and discipline eating but most important the realization that once you set something in mind it is almost impossible not to succeed. He used to say “I like all the people who push themselves to the limit and survive in overcoming adversity”. The people that he looks up to are Friedrich Nietzsche, Galileo Galilei, Charles Darwin, Malala Yousafzai, George Orwell, Nick Newell, Kortney Clemons, Katy Sullivan and Albert Einstein which marked him profoundly in the way they think and act.
He is a person with a sense of humor and refuses to give in to anything that life throws at him. His personal motto is “What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger”. He is open to any conversation with any kind of people he meets on any subjects.
He is always up to trying something new and different and to improve himself. Now he is considering writing and publishing about various topics but mostly on self-development. During his free time he go to the central park and take a stroll and watch people there spending time with their family, he also enjoys a good reading and listening to music.
You can visit him at http://pipublisherinc.com