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Comments we loved this year: The speaker query

Comments we loved this year: The speaker query

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TED Talks often get 100 or more comments — a mixed bag of kudos, critiques and questions. Looking back on the year, here are a few comments that wowed us. Our speakers want to hear from you! If something in the talk was unclear or you’re wondering where the research will go next, don’t be []

12 talks to inspire New Year’s resolutions

12 talks to inspire New Year’s resolutions

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Happy New Year! Last month, we asked people in the TED office which talk of 2012 inspired them to make a New Year’s resolution. And the answer was overwhelming — Amy Cuddy’s talk, “Your body language shapes who you are,” will make a lot of us walk a different walk in 2013. The point of []

Amy Cuddy talks “power posing”

Amy Cuddy talks “power posing”

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In the TEDTalk “Your body language shapes who you are,” Amy Cuddy shared that posing for two minutes in a powerful position — with the body expansive and the limbs stretched out — can have a profound effect on how a person feels. Yesterday, Cuddy and her co-researcher Dana Carney sat down for an interview []

In debates, watch for signs of warmth: Q&A with Amy Cuddy

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At TEDGlobal 2012, Amy Cuddy gave a talk about the remarkable power of our posture to affect our mental state: Strike a powerful pose (in private) before a job interview, and your performance will improve.  With the US election coming up, we asked Cuddy, an expert on nonverbal communication, for her insights into political posturing []