This was too good to pass up.  How often do you get to see two famous people dancing together, from two completely different walks of life, with two such different Brain Types?  That is exactly what happened when Prince Harry (#1 FEAR) of England recently joined hands with Dr. Jane Goodall (#14 BCIR) at Windsor Castle a few days ago as part of the world-renowned British primatologist’s Roots & Shoots Global Leadership gathering.  With cameras flashing, the two notables shared a “sweet, fun” moment when an impromptu dance broke out between them, recreating a “chimpanzee greeting,” a dance Goodall evidently taught the Duke years back when they first met.  Check out the link and notice Harry’s swinging hips.  The boy’s got a good sense of rhythm (ala #1 Elvis), even more-so than Ms. Jane who taught him.  Remember, Harry is the EA ‘Dove’, while Goodall is the CI ‘Owl’.  Put them on the dance floor, and the waddling dove will most often naturally out-perform the night-bird any day.  With a little training, however, ‘Owls’ can dance as well or better than anyone, particularly the Front brain, Right brain variety.  As far as precision, #13s can eventually out-do the best of them (think of Fred Astaire or even “Dirty Dancing’s” Patrick Swayze).

The effusive Harry went on to say of Goodall, “She is a woman of kindness, warmth, immense knowledge and a softness that’s needed by mankind just as much as it is chimpkind.  I’ve been admiring her work since I was a kid, and it was so wonderful to find that she was even more amazing in person.”

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