How charismatic are you?
Do you have charisma or a magnetism that attracts people to you? Charismatic people attract, influence and charm those around them. Therefore, charismatic people typically excel in their careers and usually find great success in careers that engage people. In a theological context, charisma is a spiritual power or personal quality that gives an individual influence or authority over large numbers of people. If you want to increase your charisma to engage others or to widen your net of influence personally or professionally, use these tips: Laugh, Laugh, Laugh. Be light-hearted and have a sense of humor in a natural way that invites others to laugh with you in a geniune way. Exude Confidence. Always speak positively with confidence and appear confident in everything you do. In order to feel confident...you must be confident. Body Language. Your body language tells a story about you, so stand tall and walk with determined strides. Be conscience of your posture and be deliberate about your gestures. Make direct eye contact and smile in a genuine way. Make Others Feel Special. When you are in the presence of others, make them feel like they are the center of your world. Give them your undivided attention, be respectful and show a genuine interest in others. Most of all, compliment others freely and often.
Make your personality work for you in a way that not only benefits you...but also benefits others. PM