Body language is older and more innate for us as humans than even language or facial expressions. That’s why people born blind can perform the same body language expressions as people who can see. They come pre-programmed with our brains.
I’ve always been incredibly fascinated with body language and how it helps us achieve our goals in life better. The power of body language is probably best described by Amy Cuddy’s famous quote:
“Our nonverbals goven how other people think and feel about us.”
If you are anything like me, than you’ve had a healthy obsession with body language for some time. In recent years, a few fascinating studies at Harvard, Princeton and other top universities shed new light on body language and how to use it at work. So whilst the power of language is extremely important to convey the right message. The power of body language however, might be the determining factor of how someone makes us feel.
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Ever wonder where the real money is? In hedge funds, of course!
Institutional Investors’ latest “Rich List” of highest-earning hedge fund managers shows them raking in eye-popping sums. Ten manager’s earnings—which were defined as “gains on a manager’s own capital held in his funds and in his share of fees”—amounted to $380 million or more per person, just for 2012.
That beat the salaries of the US’s 10 best-paid CEOs—combined. According to the New York Times’ list of highest-paid CEOs, the top 10 together made a total of $380 million. Oracle’s Larry Ellison took home the most money of any US CEO—$96.1 million in compensation. Ironically, Goldman Sachs analyst David Kostin estimated that 88% of hedge funds underperformed the market last year.
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