How to become a charismatic person

Each person at least once in his life came under the influence of another person, who fascinated him with their abilities, energy, restless vitality. Under the influence of the powerful charm of such a person, you unconditionally trust him, admire him and are ready to follow in his footsteps in this direction. Declared ideas and principles are not in doubt, because you choose this person with your heart, not your mind.

Such people are called charismatic. Charismatic individuals are most often found among actors, politicians and public figures, and leaders. What is charisma? The seal of the deity or the skillful use of existing personal qualities? The site for women Charivna will try to understand and find answers to the question of how to become a charismatic person.

Charisma. What it is?

The word "charisma" has Greek roots. In ancient Greek mythology, "charites" were called goddesses of beauty, and the word χάρισμα was used to denote the ability to attract attention. In Christianity, "charisma" means "gift of God", "grace".

The classic definition of the term was formulated by the German sociologist M. Weber: "Charisma is a quality of personality recognized as extraordinary, due to which it is assessed as endowed with supernatural, superhuman or at least specifically special forces and properties not available to others."

Thus, charisma is a set of bright personal qualities, developed and raised to a higher degree. Because each person is unique and endowed with a variety of abilities, theoretically become a charismatic person under the power of anyone.

From theory to practice

In order to become a charismatic person, you must first become just a PERSON:

  • have your own opinion, do not be afraid to express it boldly and without regard to others;
  • be confident, do not be afraid to swim against the current, look stupid or funny;
  • have a system of principles and values ​​and follow them everywhere.

A charismatic person is distinguished by self-belief and the work in which he is engaged. To become charismatic means to SET GREAT GOALS and to persevere, persistently and resolutely follow the planned course.

The vast majority of people do not burden themselves with mental activity. They gladly take other people's views, follow someone else's example and shift the responsibility onto someone else's shoulders.

To become charismatic means to feel that it is necessary for a group of people you want to lead, to offer them something that will seem attractive, to present it in something colorful, to convince that the dream is achievable and very real. To do this, you need to be able to feel the audience, be attentive to people, have the gift of persuasion, be able to beautifully and clearly express their thoughts.

Only an OPTIMIST can become a charismatic person. Pessimism, gloomy nature, sad facial expressions and disbelief in their own strength repel people. And a person who in any situation maintains a positive attitude, sees in any defeat another overcome step to success, never doubts himself and the correctness of the chosen path, wants to believe and follow it. To become a charismatic person, you need to learn to enjoy life, smile more often and bring joy to other people.

The ability to make a favorable impression helps to become charismatic. A charismatic woman will not look extravagant and provocative, but will prefer the classics, but with zest. She dresses as convenient and comfortable for her, and not as capricious fashion requires, while remaining confident in their attractiveness.

Trying to understand how to become a charismatic person, I am inclined to think that it is still a gift of God.

Possessing by nature at least half of the necessary qualities, charisma can be developed. Read special editions. Attend trainings, which acquaint in detail with the peculiarities of the psychology of the leader and in practice hone specific charismatic skills. Constantly explore yourself, develop talents, learn new things.

If there is no main thing - boundless self-belief, any theory will remain a theory, and the role of the subordinate will seem calmer and more comfortable than the role of the leader responsible for all the mistakes.