How to Have Charisma

Dec 29 09:01 2010 Eduard Ezeanu Print This Article

Charisma is a personality trait worth having. Charismatic people are able to influence others better, to get more results and to achieve more overall success in life than other people.

While there are specific tips and tricks which can instantly boost your charisma,Guest Posting this is usually something which requires time, patience and practice.

Keep in mind that after all, charisma is nothing more than the combination of certain social and emotional skills. So in order to develop it, you need to develop these skills one by one. This is a demanding process, otherwise everybody would have charisma.

As a coach, I’ve discovered that a key set of action steps work best in becoming more charming as a person. Here they are: 

1. Boost you confidence. There is a huge correlation between charisma and confidence. Every person I’ve ever met who was charismatic had a confident way of being in social situations.

Improve your confidence and you’ll see you charm go up as well. In order to do this, you will need to change some of the automatic ways you think, you interpret events and you see yourself. Gradually do so, and it will be one of the best moves you’ll ever make.

2. Communicate with clarity. Charismatic people have a way with words. They are able to express their ideas and their vision in a compelling way, by using just the right words. Thus, they convert people to their way.

Fortunately, communication skills can be learned and you can improve the clarity of your communication. The main thing is to focus and using better words in better ways every time you communicate verbally.

3. Stand out. Another thing charismatic people share is they’re ability to stand out. You quickly notice them and it’s easy to remember them. What makes them stand out mostly is the fact they express themselves.

Most of us learn to hide what makes us unique. People with charm do the exact opposite: they put their unique self out there and thus they stand out. It’s essential to have the courage to be yourself; it is the fundamental path to charisma. 

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Eduard Ezeanu
Eduard Ezeanu

Eduard provides communication coaching and teaches people how to be charismatic. He also works with men with the nice guy syndrome and writes on his People Skills Decoded blog.

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