by Shannon ⌂ @, New York, Tuesday, March 05, 2019, 10:50 (487 days ago) @ DouglasCar

Would you like a receipt? naturalhealthus.com
Before your interview, head to the bathroom or a different private place and strike a power pose: Raise your arms and spread your legs so that your body makes a large X, and hold this expansive, open pose for a minute or two. Research from social psychologist Amy Cuddy shows high-power poses change your body chemistry; positions that take up space cause a spike in testosterone and a drop in cortisol, leading us to exude calm, powerful strength. In short, you'll look and feel confident heading into your interview. Cuddy explains the impact of "power posing" in a TED talk from June 2012.

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