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In her now legendary Ted talk of 2012, Amy Cuddy explores the suggestion that your body language may shape who you are. While it has long been understood that our non-verbal communication, like posture and other forms of body language, affects the way...read more
Italy. What a beautiful country. Before I even visited it, I was seduced: the food, the wine, the history, the style, the language – what’s not to love. I’ve long harbored fantasies of speaking fluent Italian in Italy, freely conversing with Latin...read more
My family and I recently relocated to a new country. As any expat will tell you this is one of the most difficult exercises you can undertake in your adult life. The financial costs are high, but it is almost impossible to put a price tag on the physical,...read more
I consider myself an introvert, and I was extremely shy growing up. This created issues for me because my parents moved each year, which meant a new school, bringing with it an unknown environment with new social rules and hierarchy. It felt like a never-ending battle...read more
The world’s health is in crisis. For the first time in our history more people worldwide are obese than underweight, with the World Health Organization (WHO) reporting global obesity levels more than doubling since 1980. The number of people with diabetes has more...read more
No matter how self aware you may be, it is almost impossible to avoid unconscious cognitive bias. These assumptions are key to your brain’s ability to engage with large volumes of information, but many are incorrect, sometimes even dangerous. In this week’s Learn post, Bevan Rees examines these biases, their risks and their benefitsread more