POWER POSES… Stop Slouching!

Power Poses
Good for animation reference as well possibly your own well being…   In this video we take a look at “power poses” and other nonverbal communication or body language,  as Amy Cuddy of Harvard Business School discusses how we can actually change feelings we have about our own status through the physical positions we take with our bodies.

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Bonus Feature:
Learn to Speak Body
Not to take away from the previous video, but just for fun, here is a re-post of a comical look at some samples of ‘body language:’
  “Yes, in just a few easy lessons you too can learn to speak body just like humans do.”

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Puss In Boots – "You Made The Cat Angry"

I’ve got to say I’ve really enjoyed the Puss in Boots ad campaign so far spoofing some of the most popular commercials in recent years, now here is an actual clip from the movie itself…

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Bonus Feature:
Puss In Boots – “The Cat Haz Swagger”
Spoofing the Old Spice guy… “Look at your cat.  Now look at Puss In Boots.   Does your cat have Golden Eggs?  We didn’t think so.”

  “Holy Frijoles!…”

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Steven Spielberg & Peter Jackson’s – The Adventures of Tintin

The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn, based on the classic Belgian comic strips by Georges Remi (aka Hergé), directed by Steven Spielberg, and co-produced by Peter Jackson

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Bonus Feature:
Just for fun
The Unofficial Title Sequence for ‘The Adventures of Tintin’
Made by James Curran, this features elements from each of the 24 Tintin books.  Music composed by Ray Parker and Tom Szczeniak. — Love the simplicity of the style, while still managing to nail all the details of the original artwork… 

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