Body language affects how others see us, and it may also affect how we see ourselves. Social psychologist Amy Cuddy shows how “power pose” — standing in a posture of confidence for 2 minutes — can raise testosterone levels (your hormone that generates confidence), and lower cortisol levels (your stress hormone), and positively impact our performance and success. Learn how a power pose can make you much more effective in stressful situations.

Two Examples of Power Poses

Your Body Language Shapes Who You Are | Amy Cuddy | TED Talks