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Master how to speak with finesse

Master how to speak with finesse

Charismatic people are effective public speakers. They don’t rush their words.

Speaking slowly signals your confidence both in yourself and in the message you’re passing across to your audience.

No matter the situation, being able to speak with confidence, whether you’re interviewing for a job, making a presentation, or trying to woo someone shows others you’re worth being taken seriously.


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Practice being actively present during conversations

Practice being actively present during conversations

What sets charismatic people apart is their ability to be present when interacting with others.

Being present means being able to stay fully conscious and mentally focused in the here and now rather than being distracted.

This allows charismatic people to listen actively to what others are saying and make them feel heard or understood.

No one likes interacting with people who’re never present. Most people seem to be absent-minded, or more interested in their phones when interacting with others. This makes it harder for people to connect on a deeper level.


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Let your vulnerabilities shine through

Let your vulnerabilities shine through

Let your vulnerabilities shine through

When you try to project how perfect you are, people can sense it from a distance and they get turned off.

Everyone goes through one struggle or the others. People have their fears and insecurities. Most have made mistakes that shattered them and have gone through negative experiences that haunt them so badly.

Being able to share your vulnerabilities with others let them know that their experiences are valid and that they’re not alone. That is how you inspire hope.


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Carry yourself with respect and be proud of who you are

Carry yourself with respect and be proud of who you are

You cannot be charismatic if you’re not comfortable with who you are.

How charismatic you have little to do with your physical appearance. You can be tall or short, fat or slim, black or white. At the end of the day, what counts is how comfortable you are in your skin.

Believing in yourself is the first step toward connecting with others and attracting them to you. If you don’t have faith in yourself first, why should others have faith in you?

Unless you begin to consider yourself capable of influencing others, you will never be able to carry yourself in that manner, and no one will follow you.


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Master your emotions

Master your emotions

Your emotions determine your actions and behaviors and being able to know when to keep your emotions in check can make a huge difference when dealing with people.

Researchers believe there’s a strong link between high emotional intelligence and charisma.

Emotionally intelligent people are aware of their own emotions, as well as the emotions of those around them. This awareness allows them to stay cool under pressure and give people what they need emotionally.


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