About Confidence and Charisma



Charisma is compelling attractiveness or charm that can inspire devotion in others.

Experts in sociology, political science, psychology, and management reserve the term for a type of leadership seen as extraordinary.

For some background, in Christian theology, the term appears as charism, an endowment or extraordinary power given by the Holy Spirit.

Charisma seems to be inborn but it can also be achieved by building positive self-confidence.

 A person who is charismatic is exceptionally engaging, likeable, trustworthy, and, in many cases can seem 'magical'. 

Larger-than-life personalities such as Marilyn Monroe, Martin Luther King, Jr., Oprah Winfrey, and Sir Richard Branson are all known by this trait.

People with charisma are assertive, confident, inspiring, and warm. They make a point of listening to others, and they have an innate grace that often stops people in their tracks.

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