I watched this on Netflix a few nights ago, and really enjoyed it. The idea behind the talk was "Fake it until you become it." The speaker presented some evidence on how body posture can affect your thinking and behavior. She talked about an experiment where subjects were asked to hold either a power posture (picture Wonder Woman with a wide stance and hands on her hips, chin high and steady gaze), or a timid posture (arms and legs drawn in, eyes downcast) for two whole minutes before going in for a job interview. The interviews were recorded and viewed by people who knew nothing of the experiment but were asked which people they would hire. Unknowingly, all of them chose the subjects who had done the power posture. Turns out, the power posture boosts testosterone (confidence) and lowers cortisol levels in the bloodstream. The timid posture causes the reverse effect. She ended the talk by encouraging people to change the outcomes of potentially stressful situations where they lacked self-confidence by taking the power pose for two minutes before hand. Not a bad idea! It got me thinking about Brody (and other fearful, shy dogs) and how we can affect this same result. What kinds of games or exercises cause more testosterone to be released, therefore giving these dogs more confidence in stressful situations? I've tried some Google searches, but nothing turns up. Anyone have knowledge on this subject?