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ONE THING YOU CAN TO DO TO INCREASE YOUR CHARISMA AND FIND SUCCESS
“Imperfect, free and happy” Christophe ANDRE
Thanks to Darwin, we know that our capabilities have been building progressively for ages.
These capabilities are managed by our brain. Our brains have been built progressively during our history.
Our brain is determined by two major things: Our genetic heritage resumes the history of our ancestors. Our experiences are built through the history of our life.
Our DNA and our brains have kept capabilities coming from the beginning of Human history.
At one point in the Human history, life for men was not safe. They had to face numerous, often scary predators.
Just like many others animals, men have understood that living in bands was safer for them.
Throughout the ages, men have developed skills to catch and interpret signals from other men.
Our attitudes and behaviors are shaped by our muscles, and are driven by the connections in our brain.
Connections in our brain are activated differently depending on our feelings.
Our feelings - that we thought were hidden in our head – are actually caught unconsciously by others.
We have developed these skills to catch danger earlier on.
We had to be good at this because it was a question of life or death.
So, who should you ask about what you can bring to the group to survive?
The person that knows the most about your capabilities is of course, you.
Others trust your own judgment about yourself.
So, if you want to increase your charisma and popularity, the first thing you should do is:
Believe in yourself.
If you don’t have faith in all of your capabilities…
Others will have no time to find them for you.
Believe in yourself and many doors will automatically open in your life.
You don’t need to lie to others to make yourself look better.
Here are 4 tips to help you understand how marvelous you really are:
1. You are the success story of all your ancestors.
And it is a good story as your ancestors succeeded to survive the numerous dangers.
2. The only judge to your actions that truly matters is YOU.
Because in reality, value perception is subjective.
3. Mistakes are welcome as they actually help you to learn faster.
You should be happy to learn something new… Rather than ashamed.
4. The elasticity of our brain (capability to create new connections) is a warranty for freedom.
You have to spend an average of 20 hours on any topic to be good at it [**] . [**] See the marvelous intervention of J. KAUFMANN in TED : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5MgBikgcWnY
CONCLUSION Believe in yourself and success will be yours.
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