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For a long time in the past, people have the notion that charisma is something 'god-given' and belongs only to a certain groups of people. In this modern age, we have come to realize that charisma is a behavioural quality that anyone can learn and develop. Becoming charismatic - like becoming anything else you want to be - is no longer a gift from the gods, or a posh education. If you want to be charismatic, you can be. There are 7 components to charisma and you can learn all of them in this deck.

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    charisma its components

    Charisma & Its Components

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    charisma is somenning Thar can onug be revealed through inrerowfion Mm omers.

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    People with higher levels of charisma tend to be noticed, listened to, respected, and followed

    a strong charismatic personal presence is vsetvl 1

    A strong charismatic personal presence is vsetvl tor: = l7 Leading

    a strong charismatic personal presence is vsetvl 2

    A strong charismatic personal presence is vsetvl tor: = —‘i7 Leading = =i7 leaching

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    A strong charismatic personal presence is vsetvl tor: = —‘i7 Leading = —‘i7 Teaching = =i7 selling

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    A strong charismatic personal presence is vsetvl tor: = i7 Leading = i7 Teaching = =i7 selling = =i7 speaking 4' Presenting

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    A strong charismatic personal presence is vsetvl tor: = l7 Leading = l7 Teaching :17 selling = l7 speaking 4' Presenting = l7 Negotiating

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    A strong charismatic personal presence is vsetvl tor: = l7 Leading = i7 leaching = l7 selling = l7 speaking 4' Presenting = i7 Negotiating = =l7 Relationships of all sorts

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    There are 7 01’ them: The silent Message speaking well Listening skills Abilitg To Persuade understanding and the use of space 4 Time Knowing others, and Yourself Having a vision and communicating it 2/ffectivellg . -°§‘sJ'i. -1‘-P3!-“"-

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    Your silent message is the statement lgou make about lgourself before gov even open gour mouth

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    such guiet signals profoundllg affect people's initial perception of lgou.

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    IT'S the wag gou carrg gourself - enzofiorzally iqfellecfually psychologically physically

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    IT'S the wag gou carrg gourself - - Work to nurture your emotional welllleing enzofiorzally iqfellecfually psychologically physically

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    IT'S the wag gou carrg gourself - - Work to nurture your emotional welllleing - consciously reduce your exposure to day-to-llay enzofiohally "W W“ ihfellecfually psychologically physically

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    IT'S the wag gou carrg gourself - * Work to nurture your emotional iiiellheing * consciously reduce your exposure to day-to-llay negatiiies such as: cosslps from co-workers, friends, relatives. etc Violence in the media Pessimism in your own thoughts

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    IT'S the wag gou carrg gourself - - Work to nurture your emotional welllleing - consciously reduce your exposure to day-to-day f ' negatives such as: y - cosslpsfromeo-workerstriends, relativesete - Violence in the media - Pessimism in your own thoughts - learn as much as you can about your liusiness or job, and the things that you are doing ihfellecfually psychologically physically

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    IT'S the wag gou carrg gourself - - Work to nurture your emotional wellbeing - consciously reduce your exposure to day-to-day f ' negatives such as: y - cosslpsfromco-workerstriends, relatives, etc - Violence in the media - Pessimism in your own thoughts - learn as much as you can about your business or job, and the things that you are doing . f f - llther areas of Iearningshould include language, history, finance, medical&hea| th, as well as In 9 y psychologically physically

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    IT'S the wag gou carrg gourself - - Work to nurture your emotional wellbeing - consciously reduce your exposure to day-to-day f ' negatives such as: y - cosslpsfromco-workerstriends, relatives, etc - Violenceinthemedia Pessimism in your own thoughts - learn as much as you can about your business or job, and the things that you are doing . f f - llther areas of Iearningshould include language, history, finance, medical&hea| th, as well as In 9 y human nature psychologically - cultivate and maintain a positive or “say yes” attitude at all times physically

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    IT'S the wag gou carrg gourself - - Work to nurture your emotional wellbeing - consciously reduce your exposure to day-to-day f ' negatives such as: y - cosslpsfromco-workers, lriends, relatives, etc - Violenceinthemedia Pessimism in your own thoughts - learn as much as you can about your business or job, andthethingsthatyouaredoing . f f - cther areas of Iearningshould include language, history, finance, medica| &hea| th, as well as In 9 y human nature - cultivate and maintain a positive or “say yes” attitude at all times I Always respect others; seek to replace arrogance with empathy physically

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    IT'S the wag gou carrg gourself - - Work to nurture your emotional wellbeing - consciously reduce your exposure to day-to-day f ' negatives such as: y - cosslpsfromco-workers, lriends, relatives, etc - Violenceinthemedia Pessimism in your own thoughts - learn as much as you can about your business or job, andthethingsthatyouaredoing . f f - llther areas of Iearningshould include language, history, tinance, medieal&hea| th, as well as e y human nature - cultivate and maintain a positive or I - “say yes” attitude at all times I Always respect others; seek to replace arrogance with empathy physically - Keep your body fit 8. healthy

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    IT'S the wag gou carrg gourself - I Work to nurture your emotional wellbeing I consciously reduce your exposure to day-to-day f ° negatives such as: y - cosslpsfromco-workers, triends, relativesetc - Violenceinthemedia Pessimism in your own thoughts I learn as much as you can about your business or job, and the things that you are doing . f I lltherareasoflearningshould include language, f history, tinance, medieal&hea| th, as well as e y human nature I cultivate and maintain a positive or I o “say yes” attitude at all times y I Always respect others; seek to replace arrogance with empathy I Keep your body fit 8. healthy I Integrate exercise into your lifestyle

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    whenever gov speak, alwags know these: = =l7 what gov want people to know?

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    whenever gov speak, alwags know these: = =l7 what gov want people to know? =l7HOW do gov want them to feel?

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    whenever gov speak, alwags know these: = l7what gov want people to know? } choose rrorilscimages = l7HOW do gov want them to feel? tliatlrest exirresstlrem

    know the main point gov are getting across

    know the main point gov are getting across and focus on that.

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    know the main point gov are getting across and focus on that. = i7 All supporting details 4 images should relate back to this main point

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    HOW gov sag it is just as important as what gov sag. These are non—verbal languages:

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    HOW gov sag it is just as important as what gov sag. These are non—verbal languages:

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    HOW lgOll sag i1’ i3 JUST as important as WhaT lgOll These are non—verbal languages: body language voice

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    HOW gOll sag i1’ i3 jllST as important as what gOll These are non-verbal languages: body language voice lonalify

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    HOW gOll sag i1’ i3 jllST as important as what gOll These are non-verbal languages: I Your posture; the way you stand and sit body language voice lonalify

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    HOW gov sag it is just as important as what gov sag. These are non—verbal languages: * Your posture; the way you stand and sit " Yourtacial expressions

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    HOW gOll sag iT iS jllST as important as what gOll These are non-verbal languages: I Your posture; the way you stand and sit body III Yourtacial expressions Your gestures voice fonalify

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    HOW gOll sag iT iS jllST as important as what gOll These are non-verbal languages: I Your posture; the way you stand and sit body III Yourtacial expressions Your gestures I Your volume voice fonalify

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    How gov sag it is just as important as what gov sag. These are non-verbal languages: I Your posture; the way you stand and sit body I Yourtacial expressions I Your gestures I Your volume I Your pitch (low pitch to express calmness) voice lonalify

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    How gov sag it is just as important as what gov sag. These are non-verbal languages: I Your posture; the way you stand and sit body I Yourtacial expressions I Your gestures I Yourvolume I Yourpitch (low pitch to express calmness) I I Yourspeed (paceyourself; pause) lonalify

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    HOW gov sag it is just as important as what gov sag. These are non—verbal languages: * Your posture; the way you stand and sit * Yourtacial expressions = Yourgestures Your volurrte Your pitch (low pitch to express calmness) Your speed (pace yourself: pause) clarity

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    HOW gOV sag ii’ iS jllST as important as WhaT gOU These are non-verbal languages: I Your posture; the way you stand and sit body language : l3l: ‘;. .°‘, ”,'. ‘.’: "'°“‘°'“ Your volume Your pitch (low pitch to express calmness) Your speed (pace yourself; pause) clarity I conveys attitudes 8. emotions lonalify

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    HOW gov sag it is just as important as what gov sag. These are non—verbal languages: * Your posture; the way you stand and sit * Yourtacial expressions = Yourgestures Your volurrte Your pitch (low pitch to express calmness) Your speed (pace yourself: pause) clarity [3C: ‘i', 'F; ;5; . LiL: ::f3s £31 eztzoiioiis le. ;;u to 3?" ; lpoci; i-re, clieertul, p| o:. ::s: L. ce; ir'iri: rrL. l"'Ill, iirni. and assuring

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    effective listening brings mang benefits such as: = =l7 increasing TYVST, credibilitg and cooperation

    effective listening brings marrg benefits such

    effective listening brings marrg benefits such as: = l7lncreasing trust, credibilitg and cooperation = —l7sal/ lng time bg reducing mistakes and misunderstandings

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    effective listening brings mang benefits such as: = l7lncreasing trust, credibilitg and cooperation = —l7sal/ lng time bg reducing mistakes and misunderstandings = i7 Helping solve problems more gvicklg

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    There are 3 reasons Whg people fail TO listen well: = i7 Listening reepires effort

    there are 3 reasons whg people fail to listen 1

    There are 3 reasons Whg people fail TO listen well: = i7 Listening reepires effort = i7 Distractions, competing for our attention from things like mobile phones, computers, Tvs, radio, etc.

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    There are 3 reasons Whg people fail TO listen well: = i7 Listening reepires effort = l7 Distractions, competing for our attention from things like mobile phones, computers, Tvs, radio, etc. = i7Assvmptions — we often think we alreadg know what someone is going to sag

    listening effectivelg means making others feel

    Listening effectivelg means making others feel valued and appreciated

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    Listening effectivelg means making others feel valued and appreciated = i7To do that, gov need to make effort to share their ideas 4 excitements

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    The "car ” l/ lOdel can help gOll become an active listener WlTh these 4 skills:

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    The "car ” l/ l0del can help gOV become an active listener With these 4 skills: C I E I W I ‘D

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    The "care" I/ I0deI can help gOl/ become an active listener WITh these ‘I skills: goncenlrafe I E I W I ‘D

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    The "care" I/ I0deI can help gOU become an active listener WlTh these ‘I skills: goncenlrafe gchno wledge I W I ‘D

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    The "care" I/ OdeI can help gOU become an active listener WITh these 4 skills: goncenlrafe gchno wledge [esearch I ‘D

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    The "care" I/ OdeI can help gOU become an active listener WITh these 4 skills: goncenfrafe gchno wledge [esearch gxercise (enzolional confrol )

    the care i i0dei can help gov become an active

    The "care" I/ I0deI can help gOV become an active listener WiTh these ‘I SklIlS= " Focus your attention on the speaker, and | ]lllY the speaker

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    The "care" I/ I0deI can help gOV become an active listener WiTh these ‘I SklIlS= 7 Focus your attention on the speaker, and | ]lllY the speaker 7 Techniqucsto help you concentrate include: Maintaining appropriate eye contact Deep breathing when tempted to interrupt lrlental paraphrasing the speaker's ivords

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    The "car ” I/ IOdel can help gOU become an active listener WlTh these 4 skills: I Focusyour attention on the speaker, and llNlY the speaker I Techninuesto help you concentrate include: co - Maintaining appropriate eye contact _ - Deep breathing when tempted to interrupt - Mental paraphrasing the speaker's words I Means showing the speakerthat you are listening and that his/ her message is being received gchnowledge [esearch gxercise I ernolional confrol )

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    The "care" I/ IOdel can help gOll become an active listener WITh these 4 skills: I Focusyour attention on the speaker, and | lNlY the speaker I Techninuesto help you concentrate include: I lilain gorzcerzfrafe . ieel‘r? l.i. ‘i. “,tril". £‘l. ‘.’. ',‘“ iie. ,.. .. Mental paraphrasing the speaker's words I Means showing the speakerthat you are listening and that his/ her message is being received I Ways to do so include: 3§: ‘,l'. f.‘l. !.'. l°. ".? l’; "-"t°1.Y°, i:: Iv= .'iZl'I gchnowledge clarifications of pot . sking questions or restatinga point I You dothis to keep a conversation goingby askingquestions and clarifying statements made [esearch gxercise I ernolional confrol )

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    The "care" I/ IOdel can help gOll become an active listener WlTh these 4 skills: I Focusyour attention on the speaker, and DNLY the speaker I Teehni help you concentrate include: goncenfrafe : ‘: ;it. :'; l:i: it: ttalien. Deep b Mental paraphrasing the speaker's words I Means showing the speakerthat you are listening and that his/ her message is being received Ways to do so include: i: ::i-*I'l: .~. il: :ii: :Tl: ,. II; :*: ::°'~~~" gchnowledge clarific ' sol points. by asking questions or restatinga point You dothis to keep a conversation goingby askingquestions and clarifying statements made It allowsyou to clarify a message or go into a particulartopic more inIdepth erfeelings, moti T I ltgetsthespeakerto‘openup'torevea| inn ves. needs, goa| sandconcerns The key lies in asking the right question at the righttime and responding appropriately I This involves recognizing and redirectingnegative emotional reactions . I Veryoften. differencesinvalues. beliefs. attitudes. education. etc. cancauseconflicts I enzolional confrol )

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    ‘WW "coure" l/ l0d6| can V£| P «gov bZO0M¢ an 0.01lV8 | lS1’8MY Wlfln these 4 Skills: - Focusyour attention on the speaker, and DNLY the speaker - Techni help you concentrate include: gorzcerzfrafe : Deep breathing when tempted to interrupt Mental paraphrasing the speakers words - Means showing the speakerthat you are listening and that his/ her message is being received Ways to do so include: : 32:2?“"“; ".‘: l3hi; ’I. ‘1‘: rf': :lr= .'t: :‘ltI°"“'“ gclmawledge - claritic ' setpoints, byasliingquestionsorrestatingapoint You dothis to keep a conversation goingby askingquestions and clarifying statements made - lt allowsyou to clarify a message or go into a particulartopic more in-depth Tc - ltgetsthe speakerto‘openup'torevealinnerfeelings, motives. needs, goa| sandconcerns The key lies in asking the right question at the righttime and responding appropriately - This involves recognizing and redirecting negative emotional reactions . - Veryoften. differencesinvalues. beliefsattitudes. education. etc. cancauseconflicts - lllheneveryou recognize a negative emotional reaction towhat akersays, - redirect it by pausing (take a deep breath) and tryvisualizing c Ienzohoaal control)

    the skills in the care model are relativenn easy

    the skills in the ‘care’ Model are relativenn easy to learn. the actual challenge is to break a lifetime of poor listening habits.

    develop an active listening attitude

    Develop an active listening attitude bg= = l7 eeginning to believe that what someone sags to gov is just as critical as what gov have to sag to him/ her.

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    Persuasion lS 0.b0UT getting people T0 d0 the Thlfl@S (400 W6UlT them T0 d0 because theg W(1!l1' T0 d0 l1'.

    we are all involved in persuasion of some sort

    we are all involved in persuasion of some sort evergdalg - both in our work/ business lives, as well as our social lives (which are usuallg more sublte, but constant).

    to enhance gour persuasive skills cultivate

    to enhance gour persuasive skills, cultivate the behavior that will make people trust goo and feel that its their best interest to follow gour lead

    to do that gou need to shift gour focus to others 1

    To do that, gou need to shift gour focus to others. = i7 show people that goo appreciate or admire them bg giving honest compliments

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    '10 (10 Th(L1', 0100 need T0 3h1‘T'1' (g00T ‘T0003 1'0 others. = i7 show people that goo appreciate or admire them buy giving honest compliments =17 empower others — express personal support for them buy encouraging them to grow and giving them space to be creative

    everg individual has a certain air space

    everg individual has a certain air space or portable ‘air bubble’ that he/ she claims as his/ her personal space.

    everg individual has a certain air space 1

    everg individual has a certain air space or portable ‘air bubble’ that he/ she claims as his/ her personal space. = i7 violating that personal space bg standing too close, sitting at the wrong place or touching uninvitedlg mag often cause tension.

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    FDY angone, there are "1 D0310 zones 0‘T interactions:

    foy angone there are 1 d0310 cones

    FOY angone, there are "1 D0310 cones 0‘T interactions: irgfinzafe

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    FOT angone. there are ‘-1 D0310 cones 0‘T interactions: irgfinzafe personal

    for angone there are 4 basic zones

    For angone, there are 4 basic zones of interactions: irgfinzafe personal social

    for angone there are 4 basic cones

    For angone, there are 4 basic cones of interactions: infinzafe personal social public

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    FOT angone. there are ‘-1 D0310 cones 0‘T interactions: - Between 15 - 45 em infinzafe personal social public

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    FOT angone. there are ‘-1 D0310 cones 0‘T interactions: - Betweenl5-45cm - llnly those who are emotionally close to us are permitted to enter infinzafe personal social public

    fot angone there are 1 d0310 cones 3

    FOT angone, there are ‘-1 D0310 cones 0‘T interactions: - Betweenl5-45cm - llnly those who are emotionally close to us are permitted to enter re - Thleytpincludte lovers, parent, spouse, children, close friends, personal social public

    fot angone there are 1 d0310 cones 4

    FOT angone, there are ‘-1 D0310 cones 0‘T interactions: - Betweenl5-45cm - llnly those who are emotionally close to us are permitted to enter re - They include lovers, parent, spouse, children, close friends, relatives, etc. - Between 11.46 - 1.22 m personal social public

    fot angone there are 1 d0310 cones 5

    FOT angone, there are ‘-1 D0310 cones 0‘T interactions: - Betweenl5-45cm - llnly those who are emotionally close to us are permitted to enter re - They include lovers, parent, spouse, children, close friends, relatives, etc. - Between 11.46 - 1.22 m - This is the distance we stand as social functions, I cocktail parties, office parties, etc. social public

    fot angone there are 1 d0310 cones 6

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