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Confidence is a major component of how to boost your charisma. Demonstrating confidence is like showing up with the perfect outfit, in the right environment, for the right audience. People notice your outfit, you get lots of compliments, and you leave the event saying to yourself, “Man, I’m going to wear this again!”
Confidence is an attitude you should always put on. People make opinions of you based on what you say, when you say it, and how you say it. If you want people to take notice of you – keep reading to learn how to boost your charisma.
You betcha! CharismaQ evaluates and measures an individual’s charisma based on six components – our CharismaQ6. The components are first impression, message alignment, delivery, authenticity, empathy, and confidence. The cumulative confidence scores from our CharismaQ members are trending in some interesting directions based on gender, race, and age.
Research proves charisma can be taught and so can each one of the components.
So what is charisma? Charisma is the ability to attract, engage, motivate, and influence those around you. Your confidence is gained or lost by how others react to your presence.
Confidence is part of our CharismaQ6 component.
The book, How Women Rise by Marshall Goldsmith and Sally Helgesen identifies the following bad habits that can diminish your confidence.
Instead, take a minute to gather your thoughts before you speak then tell yourself this idea is going to knock their socks off, and then declare victory.
You should be authentic and let go of the version you think others want you to be. Try telling a trusted colleague you’re working on your confidence and ask them to watch out for bad behavior. Then be willing to ask for some “clothes” so you never show up naked to a meeting.
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