Type of Trot: Speedy Gonzales
What Your Walk Says: If you’re a fast walker, you may also be a fast worker which is prized in some setting but also may be problematic if you’re so fast that you forget to pay attention to certain details or if you overlook something important.
Type of Trot: Strutting Your Stuff
What Your Walk Says: If you’re someone who struts, you’re certainly projecting confidence and capability, but you could also be sending out signals to others that you’ve got a big ego, which could be a turnoff.
Type of Trot: Clack-Clack-Clacker
What Your Walk Says: You certainly aren’t afraid to be noticed if you’re such a heavy walker that your heels announce that you’re coming way before you actually arrive, but if you work in an environment where quiet and calm is key to productivity, you could be sticking out like a sore thumb.
Type of Trot: Always Behind the Group
What Your Walk Says: Lagging behind in a group sends the signal that you can’t keep up or are not interested in the others, which is a problem in workplaces where team players are most valued.
Type of Trot: Silent Sneaker
What Your Walk Says: If no one knows you’re coming until you’ve arrived, you and your hard work may go unnoticed.
Type of Trot: Slumped Over Shoulders
What Your Walk Says: Walking into a room with your shoulders hunched over evokes a lack of confidence in oneself and one’s abilities. Potential employers or current bosses might question their confidence in you if your walk suggests that you aren’t confident in yourself.
Type of Trot: Eyes Straight Ahead
What Your Walk Says: If you’re known for walking with your eyes straight ahead, you’re probably known as a confident and focused worker with your eyes on the future.
Type of Trot: Slow Walker
What Your Walk Says: Some may be annoyed by a slow walker, assuming that they are ineffective, but certain types of jobs may appreciate it as a sign that you are thoughtful and detail oriented.
Type of Trot: The Zig-Zagger
What Your Walk Says: If you find it hard to walk in a straight line, fellow and future workmates may see you as someone who is all over the map and not especially efficient.
Type of Trot: Eyes Down
What Your Walk Says: People who walk with their eyes focused on the floor are not only deemed unconfident but also appear to only be focused on the here and now and not interested in what’s in front of them or upcoming events.
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