Understanding the power of charisma – knowing its importance and its essential elements – is never enough.
If you really want to bring out the charisma inside of you and become the better person you thought you will never become, you will need quite of a change in your lifestyle: from the body to the mind, from the heart to the spirit.
Don’t settle to be ordinary.
Dare to be different!
Get out there and be noticed!
- Physical Charm
Enhancing physical charm refers to improving all your external features, from head to toe.
- Be presentable at all times
Whether you will just buy some groceries at the neighborhood store or attend a very important business meeting, always aim to look your best.
- Maintain good personal hygiene
- Learn and practice proper posture
So, if you have any problem carrying out the correct form of the body, practice it until it becomes a habit:
- Wear a proper scent
This doesn’t mean too sweet, too strong, or too scented.
- Eliminate body-odor
Personal cleanliness and regular bathing is the first step towards controlling both bacterial growths on the skin and body odor.
- Stay healthy
Health is wealth. As clichéd as the phrase is, it is still true and undeniable.
Nothing else attracts other people more than a sweet charming smile.
- Maintain proper hair care
They say that the human hair is a person’s crowning glory.
- Customize and accessorize
Wear appropriate clothing suitable for every occasion.
- Discard the illusion of fatigue and exhaustion
Even if you had the most tiring day, it doesn’t excuse you from keeping the glow on your face and the energy on your body.
- Finally, bring out that confidence
Stand up straight with your chin up, stomach in, and chest out.
- Intellectual Influence
Going now on the inside, charisma also requires that the intellectual aspect of an individual be influential.
- Always bring a punch line with you
- Eliminate negativities
As much as possible, stay positive.
- Go on a five-minute vacation once in a while
Achieve peace of mind by giving yourself time to recharge run down energy cells.
- Always seek, never hide
Express yourself freely and fully.
- Equip yourself with relevant ideas
Read a lot of books, newspapers, and magazines.
Both literally and figuratively.
- Desire to win
The desire to have some overt sign of success is great when there are feelings of unconscious competition.
- Make healthy and sound decisions
Choosing from options is a great test of the mind and its ability to weigh consequences.
- Be professional at all times
Everybody likes a person with discipline – whether it is as simple as falling in line or arriving on time.
- Learn to be enthusiastic
Look for excitement and romance even in the simplest things you can find.
- Social Appeal
Man is a social being; he lives to socialize with other people.
- Don’t forget the simple gestures
Remember that every person is a being with appreciative feelings.
- Remember who’s who
A person’s name is the sweetest sound he hears.
- Look back and sympathize
How did you feel when you first stepped into a new school?
- Hey, listen
During a conversation, don’t put the entire spotlight on you.
- Discuss, don’t argue
A conversation’s primary purpose is to exchange interesting views under certain topics.
- Make others feel special
Learn how to make the people that matters to you feel loved and important.
- Always be available
Be willing to help others – be it advice, suggestion, or simply the right direction.
- Don’t be jealous
If someone other than you achieved success, do not doubt his luck or spread dirty rumors on how he succeeded.
- Stay away from gossips
The quickest way to become unpopular and hated is to spread tales and gossips about others.
- Take it easy with criticisms
Criticism is a form of unconscious competition.
- Forgive and forget
Learn to forget the mistakes of the past and press on to greater achievements of the future.
- Show appreciation
Let others feel that you like them.
- Be thankful
No matter how simple a favor is done for you, make it a habit to say “thank you.”
- Spiritual Power
More than physical, intellectual, or social enhancement, development of charisma can never be complete without the spiritual power you ought to release in you.