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The Three Core Components of Charisma

Updated: Sep 19, 2023

Here are the three core components of charisma:

  • Tonality: The way you speak, including your pitch, volume, and rhythm.

  • Body Language: Your posture, eye contact, and facial expressions.

  • Active Listening: The ability to listen attentively and show that you understand what the other person is saying.

In addition to these three core components, there are a few other things that can contribute to charisma, such as confidence, optimism, humour, and authenticity.

If you want to develop your charisma, focus on developing these three core components. Practice using effective tonality, body language, and active listening. The more you practice, the better you will become at using these skills.

Tonality :

  • Speak clearly and confidently.

  • Vary your pitch and volume to keep people engaged.

  • Use pauses to create emphasis

  • Use humour to lighten the mood.

Body Language :

  • Stand up straight and make eye contact.

  • Smile and nod to show that you are listening.

  • Use open gestures to signal that you are approachable.

  • Use open gestures to signal that you are approachable.

Active Listening :

  • Pay attention to what the other person is saying.

  • Ask clarifying questions.

  • Summarise what the other person has said.

  • Show that you understand their point of view.

By following these tips, you can develop your charisma and become more influential and successful.

Bonus tip: Don't say stupid shit.

This may seem like a no-brainier, but it's worth mentioning. One of the quickest ways to lose someone's trust and rapport is to say something stupid. So, before you speak, take a moment to think about what you're going to say. Make sure it's something that is intelligent, relevant, and helpful.

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