the art of walking in a room and making it light, the thing that makes people feel special and the rare gift of being likeable to everyone.
But how is charisma really achieved?
By definition “charisma” is:
- Compelling attractiveness or charm that can inspire devotion to others.
“- But, how can I become more charismatic?”
“You can’t, charisma is something you are born with…”
- Don’t expect that just by knowing those things you will instantly become charismatic. It takes time and devotion to develop them and feel comfortable using those skills.
- You can’t expect it to seem charismatic in people’s eyes from day one. People should get your new self gradually until they get used to the new insert your name here.
Let’s get down to business
1. Body Language
Now, I know it was in our last article (it’s also one of our most talked topics) but body language is vital. I won’t talk much about body language, so I will list all the articles:
- Five Body Language Mistakes
- Seven Ways To Stand Out
- Body Language | 4 Ways To Be More Charismatic
- Body Language | Can It Really Make You Feel More Powerful?
Confidence is that skill separating you from the others. It’s a powerful tool that makes you stand out and shows your real personality.
Again, won’t get into much detail because we’ve got you covered from before!
- Confidence | How To Get More Confident In 3 Steps
- Confidence | What Is And How To Build
You didn’t expect that you can be charismatic by being an a**hole, did you?
Understanding someone’s feels, pain, vision or simply putting yourself in their shoes is what will make you appeal charismatic to someone else.
4. Always listen more than you talk
We’ve made it pretty clear by now, and if you haven’t caught up yet this is the one thing you should remember:
People love talking about themselves. Make them talk and you can make them do anything for you!”
5. Never discuss other people
Do you remember that saying:
Great minds discuss ideas; average minds discuss events; small minds discuss people
Gossips and people should never come up in your conversation!
I’d love to hear them in the comments bellow!
– E. A.