If you have charm everybody listens to you and gives you more opportunities. This articles shows you how to be more charming and put it into practice in all your relationships.
I will explain further:
Don’t say anything that attacks or lowers the self-esteem of others.
Do not criticize, complain or condemn. It’s the opposite of charming and makes the conversation negative and unpleasant. Practice your charm and resolve to be cheerful no matter what is going on in your private life.
If you have something negative on your mind keep it to yourself Never talk about your problems in business and social settings.
2. Use your charm and be agreeable.
When someone says something you don’t agree with it is charming to be completely neutral and keep it to yourself. Refuse to argue or suggest the other person is wrong.
Even if the other person is wrong, let it pass. The more charming and agreeable you are with other people, the more they like you.
3. Practice acceptance.
This trait satisfies a deep subconscious need of other people. I am talking about the need to be accepted by other people.
You express lack of acceptance of another person by ignoring or criticizing them. It is charming to smile at another person. This is the best way to practice acceptance.
4. Express gratitude on every occasion.
Do this by saying thank you. The more grateful you are towards others, the better they feel about themselves and you.
5. Express admiration whenever possible.
It is charming to admire people for their traits, possessions and accomplishments.
6. Give approval and praise.
Giving praise shows charm and positively influences the behavior of people.
7. Pay attention
Charming people listen closely to other people when they speak. Here’s how to listen properly:
A. Listen attentively without interrupting.
B. Pause before replying. Carefully consider what the other person has said.
C. Ask the following questions for clarification. The person who asks questions has control.
- What sort of work do you do?
- How did you get into that field?
- And then what did you do?
- And then what did you say?
Instead of trying to impress, be impressed. Instead of trying to make friend, be a friend.
To conclude: Any psychologist will tell you that the self-esteem is the foundation of personality. Therefore, the number one way to become more charming is to work on the person’s self-esteem. The way in which other people behave toward us is a key ingredient for a healthy emotional environment. Making the other person feel more important is the key to becoming more charming.