Many successful people fear being discovered as an imposter. So when you feel like you don’t know what you’re doing, you’re in good company! One bit of self-help that really helps is the idea of “embodied cognition”, or how our posture and body affect our emotions as well as the reverse. Think of putting your hands on your … Continue reading Your Body Language Shapes Who You Are
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“The best do the basics better” — Eric Frohardt It was third grade when a teacher at a new school figured out that I might need glasses. On the way home from getting my first pair of glasses I read a billboard out loud from the back of the car. My two younger brothers (who … Continue reading I Was a Weird Kid
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