Charismatic… the natural way

Charismatic is defined as exercising a compelling charm that inspires devotion in others [reference Google].  Being charismatic can give you some major advantages in life, which may make your life easier.  For example, charisma can be a helpful feature when you are trying to convince someone to do something or see something your way.  It may also help you make new friends and being a likable person.  It is not something you can force and typically comes to people naturally.  A lot of successful people are charismatic, which makes me think being charismatic is an important part to being a success.  An example of a successful person who is very charismatic is Dwayne ‘the rock’ Johnson.  He is someone who is always smiling, is in very good shape, and always has good stuff going on.  Dwayne Johnson is someone most people can respect because he is a genuinely nice guy.

So if you would like to be charismatic, you need to make sure you are being genuine and true to yourself.  When you speak to others, do not say things to make them like you.  You need to make sure you are truly being truthful.  Secondly, you need to be positive and smile when possible.  It is difficult to smile all the time, but you should smile the majority of the time.  When you talk to someone or an audience of people, try to look them in their eye(s) and speak to them and not at them.  Additionally, you will want to make sure you are building a relationship with anyone you come into contact with in some way.  This may seem impossible, but is truly not.  Even if you are at your local ‘Wawa’ preparing a coffee at the coffee station and there is someone next to you, try to be warm and not cold.

Life is too short to hate the world.  Be kind to others and try improving your charismatic levels.  The biggest takeaway here is to be genuine to others.  Do not just talk out of your ass!  And try caring.

 

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