Highlights – October 2017

In 2010, Dana Carney and Amy Cuddy from Harvard University, concluded that holding so-called “power poses” can make you more likely to succeed in life, especially if you are “chronically powerless because of lack of resources, low hierarchical rank or membership in a low-power social group.”

Cuddy’s June 2012 TED talk on the subject of “power poses,” has received more than 42 million views.  In it, she argued that “power posing”—or standing in a posture of confidence, even when we don’t feel confident—will boost feelings of confidence .....

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