1. Stephen Dunsby

    Highest power pose…go into the room wearing your business cycling shorts and put your crown jewels on the table, establishing dominance whilst simultaneously marking territory

  2. Sharmila Kc

    hello Vanessa!! i really wanted to learn about non verbal behavior and body language and one main problem is that i am a high school student now i am joining to undergrat level. so i dont know which major should i choose for non vebal behaviour and body language , i really need your help!!!! plz explain it to me..

  3. SamB

    I'm curious, has a similar study been done using a control group who stood in a neutral pose, or simply remained with no instructions in the waiting room? What were the results?

  4. Words by Vanessa

    Hello Ms Vanessa. We were viewing this video and noticed something odd during your youtube presentation. Between the time of 8:04 to 8:10 there is a quick message that comes up. It has a picture of a teenage girl and she is struggling with ??? Perhaps you can have your IT department check it out. It is rather disturbing.
    Thank you for the work you do.

    Kind regards,

  5. Miki Giampaolo

    If anyone wants to find out further exactly about these studies, more in depth into how to apply this and results for those who have used it, read the book Presence by Amy Cuddy 🙂 you will enjoy it!

  6. Emily Hope

    Thank you so much! 🙂 I used to do all this stuff naturally, not knowing what i was doing. i never didn't get a job, i never had any social problems, then i saw that i was mirroring people and freaked out, so i stopped doing it and started falling out with people, i saw that other people would keep they're head down so i started doing that, my life fell apart, and now I'm relearning all this, but I'm grateful because now i consciously know it, i know what I'm doing – and it absolutely works, thank you for all your work and your generosity in sharing it :)

  7. Patty Dixon

    Fascinating but not sure I buy entirely into this alpha posing. Some of our greatest leaders, Abe Lincoln, Harry Truman (speak softly, carry a big stick) were more on the introverted side. Giving thoughtful in your answers instead of barreling through the interview (forehard up! Shoulders back!) would turn me off. So it's not as quite black and white as this video seems to make it. You can be thoughtful, even kind, and filled with confidence to the brim. Doesn't mean you won't get the job. I'm living proof.

  8. Adam Sea

    I wonder why this sort of thing wasn't taught to me at school or by my parents etc. I am only just finding this out now at 36. It would have been so much better to have found this knowledge out at the beginning of my life.

  9. shahin shahin

    The only question I have is how long the results of a 5-min p.pose remain. By the way I've watched thousands of videos about this stuff and the ones this lady releases are some of the best.

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