Start with a Power Pose
Mohammad Ali. What's he doing? What is he just done? Was just when I should have Russian drawn Jorge Luis on the fund. The floor there. Writer George Foreman on the floor. I couldn't get rights for a picture. So this is like an artist's rendering of except bedroom without pants. So I'm really sorry. I'm really sorry, Ali, But, um, what he's doing is the power pose. It's called the power pose. And it's what athletes do across the board when they've when they've succeeded, you know, everybody does it. It's crazy. We watch the Olympics, you just see it all over. The place is really awesome. And what I want to do with you guys is I'm gonna introduce you to this thing. It's called the power pose. And it is, um um there was a study done at Harvard University, but Amy Cuddy and the study was actually called the benefit of power posing before ah, high stake social evaluation. So what I want you to do is what we do. And what I did before this before we started this morning is the power post. So...
what it is is that like believing in it, feeling it in your body saying to yourself, I got this. This is gonna be awesome. This is amazing. I do it often in the studio. Laura has to read. My wife has to remind me often. I did it before he did it for, like, four hours before here because I needed a lot of power posing to gonna get me. And but we do it before before a difficult phone call before ah, conversation where you ask for more money and what you're doing is you. Your You were altering your body, which alters your body chemistry, which alters your mind, which alters your behavior. And that alters the outcome. And the Harvard study proves that across the board numerous times in studies, it's crazy. So I want you out is a good time right now. Everybody stand up and just feel it like I've got this. I win, I win. This is awesome. Everybody online at home. I win. I win. I am the greatest of all time on, they say in the study. It says to do it like for two or three minutes, which is like, Could you imagine? It's great. It's like kind of It's kind of yoga. If you're saying like this and you're really reaching out, it's very yoga ish, isn't it? Uh, we got this. You guys are awesome. Yes, thank you. So power pose extremely important. Something to think about. Alters your mind, alters your behaviour, alters the outcome. You're like I gotta make a phone call and ask for money. This is gonna be awesome again. Putting it out into the universe extremely important.
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