Mirror people you admire
By imitating the physiology of people you admire, you will provide your brain with the same signals that they give theirs.
- Think about five people who have powerful physiologies—how they sit, stand, move, and gesture.
Notice the differences between their physiology and yours. For a moment behave as they do—mirror their posture and every gesture. Think about your feelings. (Remember to avoid thoughts such as, “I look stupid when I do this.” These thoughts will make the action useless. The body-brain message has to be coherent.)
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