Amy Cuddy, known around the world for her 2012 TED Talk, the second-most viewed talk in TED's history at almost 34 million views, joined Kilmeade & Friends to discuss her new book "PRESENCE- Bringing Your Boldest Self to Your Biggest Challenges".
Amy always identified herself as smart, so when she suffered a severe head trauma during college and lost 30 IQ points Amy struggled to find her new identity. Through hard work and determination, Amy finished her undergraduate degree and went on to attend Princeton and Harvard. Amy revealed that she felt like an imposter attending such prestigious ivy league schools and explained how the phrase "fake it until you make it" is inaccurate and should really be "fake it until you become it!" Amy shared some key findings from her research, such as how your body can change your mind, and other quick tips to help you improve your life.
Plus, Amy breaks down the body language of the presidential candidates.