Doing These Small Things Affects Your Image Without You Realizing It

Your image is affected by certain subtle things you do.

We talk about being spontaneous and genuine all the time, and it is generally thought to be a virtue being able to accept yourself for exactly who you are. However, some of your most subtle behaviors can have a massive effect on your image and how others feel around you.

Certain Behaviors And Their Impact On Your Image

You may think that people don’t generally notice some of the smallest things you do, believing they can go under the radar and that you can get away with doing certain small things. If so, you’ll be surprised to read about the small details people notice about you.

#1. Your Posture
In general terms, we don’t spend a lot of time thinking how to sit or stand around others. However, our body language – and more specifically how ‘open’ we are to the people standing opposite us – is a major influencer of how we are perceived. A little trick if you want to show someone you’re interested in them is to avoid crossing your arms and to lean a little forward as they speak to you.

#2. Checking Your Mobile
Whether you’re on a date, a night out with friends, a job interview, or just casually drinking coffee with your mates, glancing at your phone is an indicator that you’re not particularly engaged in the conversation and that you have better things to do than concentrate on them. It’s a rude behavior people engage in without even realizing it all the time.

#3. Your Grooming Habits
Sure, you may feel too bored to shave or groom your beard one day, and don’t feel like wearing perfume the next; but if you regularly neglect to take care of your appearance, the image you portray will be of someone who’s unkempt and lacking confidence or the drive to maintain good hygiene.

#4. Wearing Sunglasses Around People
It’s one thing to wear your sunglasses when you’re out in the sun, but keeping them on when you’re inside a building or commuting is another. Hiding behind dark lenses can be detrimental to your image, as it keeps your eyes; one of people’s most expressive means, unseen. This creates a sense of guilt or aloofness, and it can be seen as off-putting; rude even.

#5. The Way You Talk
We’re not talking about the things you say, but how you say them. Speaking in a very low-pitched voice can make you sound timid and insecure, keeping your tone monotonous can create an image of someone who’s too dull and uninteresting, while talking loudly or in a very high-pitched voice can make you sound too boastful or assertive. The best way to go about it is to add variety to the way you talk, using the right intonation for important things and talking more calmly when it comes to less serious or exciting matters.

All in all, it becomes clear that our image is not something we can control entirely, nor is it something that should determine every little detail of our behavior. Yes, there are certain things we can/ should improve, but we should not be too tough on ourselves. At the end of the day, it is our imperfections that make us lovable.

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