6 Surprising Signs To Imitate Of Extremely Confident People

6 Surprising Signs To Imitate Of Extremely Confident People

And how they will help you become more confident

“Be yourself; everyone else is already taken.”
― Oscar Wilde

The courage to be vulnerable. The courage to speak up. The courage to do something new. These are just a few of the many traits commonly associated with being confident, but they’re not the only ones! Below, we’ve listed six surprising signs of a highly secure person — which you might want to emulate if you wish your confidence levels to increase too!

They listen more than they speak

If bragging makes you feel better than others, then congratulations! You’re insecure Confident people tend to be quiet and unobtrusive. They know what they think but are interested in learning what you think.

So they ask open-ended questions that give others the freedom to think deeply and reflectively: They ask what you’re doing, how you’re doing it, what you enjoy most about it, what you’ve learned from it, and what advice they could offer someone else who finds themself in a similar position.

Genuinely confident people recognize they know a lot, yet they want to know even more, and they understand the only way to get there is by listening more.

They take a stand not because they think they are always right but because they are not afraid to be wrong

People who act cocky and arrogant often think they know everything and don’t care if others disagree. They know they’re right-and they want (or need) you to know that, too.

Their behavior isn’t proof of their confidence; they’re just bullies who think they know better than everyone else.

Confident people aren’t afraid of being proven wrong. They know that finding out what is right is more important than being right. They’ll be secure enough to admit their mistake when they’re wrong.

Confident people admit it when they’re wrong or don’t know everything. Intellectual bullies always deny their mistakes.

They celebrate others

Confident people are not scared of the light in others. They don’t just help people; they help everyone get better at helping themselves.

The best thing anyone can do for another human being is to make them feel good about themselves.

When you lift others, you lift yourself. It’s one of the most beautiful things about being human.

Confident people know this and celebrate others whenever they can.

They admit it when they’re wrong

It seems that as a society, we’re not big fans of humility anymore. But confident people have it.

Humility isn’t always easy to see because it doesn’t usually come across as glamorous, sexy, or exciting. Fortunately, there’s an easy way to tell whether someone has humility and, therefore, confidence: If they don’t admit when they’re wrong, they probably aren’t humble enough for their own good.

Confident people don’t pretend to be something they aren’t; instead, they accept themselves for who they are.

They admit it when they are wrong, and they don’t pretend to be something they aren’t.

They are the life of the party without being overbearing or desperate for attention

Certain people live their lives in constant search of validation from others, feeling empty and insecure if they don’t receive it regularly. They crave external approval so much that you can see them trying to impress the people around them.

So they might try to be funny or charming, but it doesn’t come across as genuine because you can tell how hard they’re working at being someone else-and that’s a sign of insecurity.

Confident people don’t need validation from anyone else to feel good about who they are and what they’ve accomplished. They’re the life of the party because they want everyone around them to have a good time, not because they’re desperate for attention.

They are willing to ask for help

Vulnerability is one of the most critical aspects of confidence. If people don’t feel safe enough to share their ideas or concerns, they won’t be able to

It makes perfect sense when you think about it-when you ask someone else for help, you’re admitting at least a little of your inadequacy.

It’s perfectly natural for people who aren’t experts in every field to be slightly intimidated by an expert. However, some people believe they must be good at everything. “They” fear that if they aren’t exceptional at everything they encounter, they must be unlovable.

However, if someone asks for help, it means he has a realistic view of himself and his ability. They’re open to new ideas and willing to take risks if there’s potential for success.

People who feel confident tend to focus on becoming better than they already are rather than on their current status.

If someone seems so sure that they don’t need any help from others, chances are they aren’t quite as self-assured as they think they are.

They don’t need to put other people down

You shouldn’t be worried if you aren’t always the best at everything. If people who are better off than you are having success, you shouldn’t feel any need to tear them down.

People who lack self-confidence often think their ideas are bad because they don’t want others to see them as inferior. They’re so insecure that they need to attack others to feel better about themselves!

It would help if you didn’t always strive for perfection. If you aren’t feeling threatened by others, then you’ll be less likely to feel like lashing out at them.

People who feel confident don’t get intimidated by others’ successes. They like watching people succeed. Unsecured people dislike seeing others succeed, especially when they have failed.

Confident people don’t feel the need to always be #1 at everything they do. You’ll be able to pull people up by helping them out when they need help. And if someone else succeeds, you’ll enjoy seeing their success. So you’ll feel good about yourself because you know that you helped another person get where he wanted to go.


As you can see from the above signs, genuinely confident people rarely take the spotlight. They don’t need constant validation from others to feel good about themselves. They focus on improving their skills rather than worrying if they’re as successful as everyone else is. If you can imitate the above signs, you’ll be well-equipped for success and inspire others to do the same!

Remember that confident people:

  • Listen more than they speak
  • Take a stand not because they think they are always right, but because they are not afraid to be wrong
  • Celebrate others
  • Admit it when they’re wrong
  • Are willing to ask for help
  • Don’t need to put other people down


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