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The Science of Charisma- Charisma is the ability to change the way people feel

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Jim Harvey

on 29 May 2014

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Transcript of The Science of Charisma- Charisma is the ability to change the way people feel

Charisma is the ability to change the way people feel
Scientists call it ''Emotional Contagion''
Others call it ''The X Factor'' or a 'certain something''
Let's look at some examples
http://www.jim-harvey.com
What do charismatic People do?
Arrogance
Invisibility
Inluence
Charisma
Looks & sounds confident
Is socially skilled
Charisma can be used as positive or negative force
Conversation
Presentation
Empathy
Etiquette
Emotional intelligence
Rhetoric
Questioning
Listening
Self-esteem
Self-worth
Physical
Mental
Vocal
Respectful
Status aware
Self aware
Role Models
We can be made to feel real emotions by people expressing theirs - here positively
We can be made to feel real emotions by people expressing theirs - here negatively
If you want more, work on your
social skills
first

- let
confidence
follow

Self-esteem
Self-worth
Physical
Mental
Vocal
Respectful
Status aware
Self aware
Conversation
Presentation
Empathy
Etiquette
Emotional intelligence
Rhetoric
Questioning
Listening
http://www.jim-harvey.com
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