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Skip the "Power Poses" Before Big Events (Unless They Help You, Personally)

“Power poses,” or the idea that faking powerful body language reduces stress and improves your performance in a stressful situation, is one we’ve repeated several times . However, the lead researcher behind the idea has made a complete about-face, and so should we—unless, of course, it works for you. Read more...
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