shutterstock_156263483The posture of power is not arming your self; it is disarming your self, and thereby, others. You neither have to adopt it nor put it on. The posture of power is receptivity, your back widening, your torso opening all around. Open pathways will be filled by your connection with others, two way traffic, going and coming without the interference of ego. The posture of power is the embrace of the other. Lean in? I don’t think so.