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Charisma & Its Components

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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

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  3. charisma is somenning Thar can onug be revealed through inrerowfion Mm omers.
  4. charisma makes people want to frost and follow gov.
  5. People with higher levels of charisma tend to be noticed, listened to, respected, and followed
  6. A strong charismatic personal presence is vsetvl tor:
  7. A strong charismatic personal presence is vsetvl tor: = l7 Leading
  8. A strong charismatic personal presence is vsetvl tor: = —‘i7 Leading = =i7 leaching
  9. A strong charismatic personal presence is vsetvl tor: = —‘i7 Leading = —‘i7 Teaching = =i7 selling
  10. A strong charismatic personal presence is vsetvl tor: = i7 Leading = i7 Teaching = =i7 selling = =i7 speaking 4' Presenting
  11. A strong charismatic personal presence is vsetvl tor: = l7 Leading = l7 Teaching :17 selling = l7 speaking 4' Presenting = l7 Negotiating
  12. 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
  13. T0 onderstand charisma, and 1'0 cvtlivate ii’, (g0U need 1'0 knew the components 1'i’(1.1' make VP charisma.
  14. 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!-“"-
  15. Your silent message is the statement lgou make about lgourself before gov even open gour mouth
  16. such guiet signals profoundllg affect people's initial perception of lgou.
  17. lf’S the wag gov carrg gourself
  18. IT'S the wag gou carrg gourself - enzofiolzally
  19. IT'S the wag gou carrg gourself -
  20. IT'S the wag gou carrg gourself - enzofiorzally irzfellecfually psychologically
  21. IT'S the wag gou carrg gourself - enzofiorzally iqfellecfually psychologically physically
  22. IT'S the wag gou carrg gourself - - Work to nurture your emotional welllleing enzofiorzally iqfellecfually psychologically physically
  23. 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
  24. 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
  25. 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
  26. 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
  27. 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
  28. 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
  29. 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
  30. 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
  31. . _
  32. it is the abilitg to express gour thoughts clearlg and explain gour ideas effectivelg.
  33. whenever gov speak, alwags know these:
  34. whenever gov speak, alwags know these: = =l7 what gov want people to know?
  35. whenever gov speak, alwags know these: = =l7 what gov want people to know? =l7HOW do gov want them to feel?
  36. whenever gov speak, alwags know these: = l7what gov want people to know? } choose rrorilscimages = l7HOW do gov want them to feel? tliatlrest exirresstlrem
  37. know the main point gov are getting across and focus on that.
  38. 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
  39. HOW gov sag it is just as important as what gov sag. These are non—verbal languages:
  40. HOW gov sag it is just as important as what gov sag. These are non—verbal languages:
  41. HOW lgOll sag i1’ i3 JUST as important as WhaT lgOll These are non—verbal languages: body language voice
  42. HOW gOll sag i1’ i3 jllST as important as what gOll These are non-verbal languages: body language voice lonalify
  43. 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
  44. 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
  45. 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
  46. 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
  47. 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
  48. 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
  49. 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
  50. 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
  51. 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
  52. effective listening brings marrg benefits such as:
  53. effective listening brings mang benefits such as: = =l7 increasing TYVST, credibilitg and cooperation
  54. effective listening brings marrg benefits such as: = l7lncreasing trust, credibilitg and cooperation = —l7sal/ lng time bg reducing mistakes and misunderstandings
  55. 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
  56. There are 3 reasons Whg people fail TO listen well:
  57. There are 3 reasons Whg people fail TO listen well: = i7 Listening reepires effort
  58. 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.
  59. 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
  60. Listening effectivelg means making others feel valued and appreciated
  61. Listening effectivelg means making others feel valued and appreciated = i7To do that, gov need to make effort to share their ideas 4 excitements
  62. The "car ” l/ lOdel can help gOll become an active listener WlTh these 4 skills:
  63. The "car ” l/ l0del can help gOV become an active listener With these 4 skills: C I E I W I ‘D
  64. The "care" I/ I0deI can help gOl/ become an active listener WITh these ‘I skills: goncenlrafe I E I W I ‘D
  65. The "care" I/ I0deI can help gOU become an active listener WlTh these ‘I skills: goncenlrafe gchno wledge I W I ‘D
  66. The "care" I/ OdeI can help gOU become an active listener WITh these 4 skills: goncenlrafe gchno wledge [esearch I ‘D
  67. The "care" I/ OdeI can help gOU become an active listener WITh these 4 skills: goncenfrafe gchno wledge [esearch gxercise (enzolional confrol )
  68. 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
  69. 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
  70. 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 )
  71. The "care" I/ I0deI can help gOV become an active listener WITh these ‘I SkIIlS= 7 Focus your attention on the speaker, and | ]lllY the speaker 7 Techniqucsto help you concentrate include: I Maintaining appropriate eye contact I Deep breathing when tempted to interrupt Mental paraphrasing the speaker's ivords Means showhigtho speakerthat you are listenirg find tta: hisfloer message is being reoe}. 'eli ‘. '.'oys to do so iroluL‘, :: Gestures. Iile rretdiiig oithe I? l33lI_IE"| TI! ‘glUl‘. are ‘ii iii proiilpts like "yes". "rTr‘-liuh". "gr ii" DIdlIIIEEIIt| 'Sbl points. lzy i7$1I. II. l;iil: i.§Ii. .l| lS or iestalirga poiit
  72. The "care" I/ IOdel can help gOll become an active listener WITh these 4 skills: I Focusyour attention on the speaker, and | lNlY the speaker I Techninuesto help you concentrate include: I lilain gorzcerzfrafe . ieel‘r? l.i. ‘i. “,tril". £‘l. ‘.’. ',‘“ iie. ,.. .. Mental paraphrasing the speaker's words I Means showing the speakerthat you are listening and that his/ her message is being received I Ways to do so include: 3§: ‘,l'. f.‘l. !.'. l°. ".? l’; "-"t°1.Y°, i:: Iv= .'iZl'I gchnowledge clarifications of pot . sking questions or restatinga point I You dothis to keep a conversation goingby askingquestions and clarifying statements made [esearch gxercise I ernolional confrol )
  73. The "car ” I/ l0del can help gOll become an active listener WlTh these 4 skills: I Focusyour attention on the speaker, and | lNlY the speaker I Techninuesto help you concentrate include: co I Maintaining appropriate eye contact _ I Deepb ' whentem dtointerrupt I Mental asingth er‘swords I Means showing akerthat you are listening and that his/ her message is being received Ways to do so in : 3§: ‘,i'. f.‘l, I3Ii". ".il’: ";j: ,$; ’~'; ;:—r. gchnowledge clarifications of pa‘ . asking questions or restatinga point I You dothis to keep a conversation goingby askingquestions and clarifying statements made culart I It allowsyou to clarify a message or go into a parti opic more in-depth [esearch gxercise I ernolional confrol )
  74. The "care" I/ IOdel can help gOll become an active listener WlTh these 4 skills: I Focusyour attention on the speaker, and | ]NlY the speaker I Techniquesto help you concentrate include: goncenfrafe : t: ::t: :;lr, te: t:: :t. :t. :ii: i:. :,. ... , 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: it: :i': t,: :t: .". i:: est, lr: tI: .*: I:: ~:x~~l~~~* gchno wledge clarifications of points. by asking questions or restatinga point I You dothis to keep a conversation goingby askingquestions and clarifying statements made It allowsyou to ' a message or go into a particulartopic more in-depth T I ltgetsthespea ‘openup'torevealinnerfeelings. motives. needs, goa| sandconcerns O gxerclse I ernolional confrol )
  75. The "care" I/ IOdel can help gOll become an active listener WlTh these 4 skills: I Focusyour attention on the speaker, and | ]NlY the speaker I Techniqucsto help you concentrate include: co I Maintaining appropriate eye contact _ I Deep breathing when tempted to interrupt I 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: it: :i': t,: :t: .". i:: est, lr: tI: .*: I:: ~:x~~l~~~* gchno wledge clarifications of 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 T I ltgetsthespeakerto‘openup'torevealinnerfeelings, motives. needs, goa| sandconcerns The key lies in asking the right question at the righttime and responding appropriately gxercise I ernolional confrol )
  76. The "care" I/ IOdel can help gOll become an active listener WlTh these 4 skills: I Focusyour attention on the speaker, and | ]NlY the speaker I Teehni help you concentrate include: goncenfrafe : I;2Lltii'; “li. tllEYIliitt. ‘?t,2all 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: is: :i'°". ::*: .:. l:: :li: IT%l: .. -I: :‘: :I°~"~" gchnowledge clarific I set 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 redirecting negative emotional reactions ei I enzolional confrol )
  77. 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 )
  78. ‘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)
  79. the skills in the ‘care’ Model are relativenn easy to learn. the actual challenge is to break a lifetime of poor listening habits.
  80. 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.
  81. Persuasion lS 0.b0UT getting people T0 d0 the Thlfl@S (400 W6UlT them T0 d0 because theg W(1!l1' T0 d0 l1'.
  82. 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).
  83. 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
  84. To do that, gou need to shift gour focus to others.
  85. To do that, gou need to shift gour focus to others. = i7 show people that goo appreciate or admire them bg giving honest compliments
  86. '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
  87. everg individual has a certain air space or portable ‘air bubble’ that he/ she claims as his/ her personal space.
  88. 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.
  89. FDY angone, there are "1 D0310 zones 0‘T interactions:
  90. FOY angone, there are "1 D0310 cones 0‘T interactions: irgfinzafe
  91. FOT angone. there are ‘-1 D0310 cones 0‘T interactions: irgfinzafe personal
  92. For angone, there are 4 basic zones of interactions: irgfinzafe personal social
  93. For angone, there are 4 basic cones of interactions: infinzafe personal social public
  94. FOT angone. there are ‘-1 D0310 cones 0‘T interactions: - Between 15 - 45 em infinzafe personal social public
  95. 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
  96. 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
  97. 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
  98. 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
  99. FOT angone, there are ‘-1 D0310 cones 0‘T interactions: - Between15-45cm - 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. - Between 1.23 - 3.60 m social public
  100. FOT angone, there are ‘-1 D0310 cones 0‘T interactions: - Between15-45cm - llnly those who are emotionally close to us are permitted to enter fe - 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. - Between 1.23-3.liflm - We stand at this distance from strangers social public
  101. FOT angone, there are ‘-1 D0310 zones 01’ interactions: - Between15-45cm - 0nly those who are emotionally close to us are permitted to enter fe - They include lovers, parent, spouse, children, close friends, relatives, etc. - Between 0.46 -1.22 m - This is the distance we stand as social functions, I cocktail parties, office parties, etc. - Between 1.23 - 3.60m - We stand at this distance from strangers - They include the plumber doing repairs in our home, the postman, the shopkeeper, the new employee at work, etc. public
  102. FOT angone, there are ‘-1 D0310 zones 01’ interactions: - Between15-45cm - 0nly those who are emotionally close to us are permitted to enter fe I They include lovers, parent, spouse, children, close friends, relatives, etc. - Between 0.46 -1.22 m - This is the distance we stand as social functions, I cocktail parties, office parties, etc. - Between 1.23 - 3.60m - We stand at this distance from strangers - They include the plumber doing repairs in our home, the postman, the shopkeeper, the new employee at work, etc. - More than 3.60m away from us public
  103. FOT angone, there are ‘-1 D0310 zones 01’ interactions: - Between15-45cm - 0nly those who are emotionally close to us are permitted to enter fe - They include lovers, parent, spouse, children, close friends, relatives, etc. - Between 0.46 -1.22 m - This is the distance we stand as social functions, I cocktail parties, office parties, etc. - Between 1.23 - 3.60m - We stand at this distance from strangers - They include the plumber doing repairs in our home, the postman, the shopkeeper, the new employee at work, etc. - More than 3.60m away from us - Whenever we address a large group of people, this is the comfortable distance at which we choose to stand
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  105. time. How gov use time tells a lot to people how gou feel about them.
  106. such feelings express liking, importance and status, which are communicated through these variables of time:
  107. such feelings express liking, importance and status, which are communicated through these variables of time: =17 whom gou give it to
  108. such feelings express liking, importance and status, which are communicated through these variables of time: =17 whom gou give it to =17 HOW much gov give
  109. such feelings express liking, importance and status, which are communicated through these variables of time: =17 whom gou give it to =17 HOW much gov give =17 when gou give it
  110. such feelings express liking, importance and status, which are communicated through these variables of time: = i7 How much gov give that tell vrhoyou = y7, /«Mn ‘gov give ‘pf really care about
  111. Here are some rules regarding time that gou ought to pag attention to:
  112. Here are some rules regarding time that gou ought to pag attention to: =17 Ee P0l10T001 0.1WOJg3
  113. Here are some rules regarding Time Th0T' (400 00ghT T0 attention T0: = i7 6e punctual alwags =17 if gov can't keep a pre—arranged time commitment, let someone know
  114. Here are some rules regarding Time Th0T' (400 00ghT T0 attention T0: = i7 6e punctual alwags =17 if gov can't keep a pre—arranged time commitment, let someone know = i7 D0fi’1' change the amount of time gov spend with someone without a reason
  115. in todag's world if the lnternet, honour time and space in the virtual universe too.
  116. in todags world if the lnternet, honour time and space in the virtual universe too. = -‘V enter 0. teleconference prompttg
  117. in todag's world if the lnternet, honour time and space in the virtual universe too. = i7 enter a teleconference prompttg = i7when gou email someone a request, tell him/ her how urgenttg gou need an answer, or whether a replg is needed at all
  118. understanding gourself and others help to build bridges to those around gou.
  119. lT'S 011 0.D0l/ T being Sf/ tlSl'1'lV6 T0 others.
  120. start, bg knowing that people communicate in different stgles and learning these stgles allow gov to communicate with them more effectivelg.
  121. ‘Before we go into the different stgles. first know these 4 possible tgpes of observable behaviours:
  122. ‘Before we go into the different stgles, first know these 4 possible tgpes of observable behaviours: direcf
  123. eefore we go into the different stgles, first know these 4 possible tgpes of observable behaviours: direcf indirecf
  124. eefore we go into the different stgles, first know these 4 possible tgpes of observable behaviours: direcf indirecf °P9’l
  125. eefore we go into the different stgles, first know these 4 possible tgpes of observable behaviours: direcf indirecf °P9’l guarded
  126. eefore we go into the different stgles, first know these 4 possible tgpes of observable behaviours: - Have a tendency to move forward or act outwardly by expressing thoughts, feelings or expectations to influence people direcf indirecf °P9’l guarded
  127. eefore we go into the different stgles, first know these 4 possible tgpes of observable behaviours: - Have a tendency to move forward or act outwardly by expressing thoughts, feelings or expectations to influence people direcf -Are outspoken, competitive and thrive 011 accomplishments indirecl‘ °P9’l guarded
  128. eefore we go into the different stgles, first know these 4 possible tgpes of observable behaviours: - Have a tendency to move forward or act outwardly by expressing thoughts, feelings or expectations to influence people 0 f - lire outspoken, competitive and thrive on accomplishments - 0sual| y attempt to control people around them indirecl‘ °P9’l guarded
  129. eefore we go into the different stgles, first know these 4 possible tgpes of observable behaviours: - Have a tendency to move forward or act outwardly by expressing thoughts, feelings or expectations to influence people 0 f - lire outspoken, competitive and thrive on accomplishments - 0sual| y attempt to control people around them - lire reserved, low profile and gentle indirecf °P9’l guarded
  130. Eefore we go into the different stgles, first know these 4 possible tgpes of observable behaviours: - Have a tendency to move forward or act outwardly by expressing thoughts, feelings or expectations to influence people 0 f - lire outspoken, competitive and thrive on accomplishments - 0sually attempt to control people around them - lire reserved, low profile and gentle - Approach risk, decision-making and change cautiously 0P9’l guarded
  131. eefore we go into the different stgles. first know these 4 possible tgpes of observable behaviours: - Have a tendency to move forward or act outwardly by expressing thoughts, feelings or expectations to influence people 0 f - lire outspoken, competitive and thrive on accomplishments - Usually attempt to control people around them - lire reserved, low profile and gentle - Approach risk, decision-making and change cautiously - Prefer to exercise control on their environment rather than people 0P9’l guarded
  132. eefore we go into the different stgles. first know these 4 possible tgpes of observable behaviours: - Have a tendency to move forward or act outwardly by expressing thoughts, feelings or expectations to influence people f - Are outspoken, competitive and thrive on accomplishments - Usually attempt to control people around them - Are reserved, low profile and gentle - Approach risk, decision-making and change cautiously - Prefer to exercise control on their environment rather than people °P9’l - Are outgoing, informal and dislike strict structuring of their time guarded
  133. eefore we go into the different stgles. first know these 4 possible tgpes of observable behaviours: - Have a tendency to move forward or act outwardly by expressing thoughts, feelings or expectations to influence people f - Are outspoken, competitive and thrive on accomplishments - Usually attempt to control people around them - Are reserved, low profile and gentle - Approach risk, decision-making and change cautiously - Prefer to exercise control on their environment rather than people - Are outgoing, informal and dislike strict structuring of their time - Tend to make relationships with others as their first priority guarded
  134. eefore we go into the different stgles. first know these 4 possible tgpes of observable behaviours: - Have a tendency to move forward or act outwardly by expressing thoughts, feelings or expectations to influence people 0 f - Are outspoken, competitive and thrive on accomplishments - Usually attempt to control people around them - Are reserved, low profile and gentle - Approach risk, decision-making and change cautiously - Prefer to exercise control on their environment rather than people - Are outgoing, informal and dislike strict structuring of their time - Tend to make relationships with others as their first priority - Be not readily shoiv their feelings and like to keep their distance physically and psychologically guarded
  135. eefore we go into the different stgles. first know these 4 possible tgpes of observable behaviours: - Have a tendency to move forward or act outwardly by expressing thoughts, feelings or expectations to influence people 0 f - Are outspoken, competitive and thrive on accomplishments - Usually attempt to control people around them - Are reserved, low profile and gentle - Approach risk, decision-making and change cautiously - Prefer to exercise control on their environment rather than people - Are outgoing, informal and dislike strict structuring of their time - Tend to make relationships with others as their first priority - Be not readily shoiv their feelings and like to keep their distance physically and psychologically - Tend to value the accomplishment of the task at d hand as their first priority
  136. eased on the 2 dimensions of Direct vs. indirect and open vs euarded, we can derive 4 stgles in which most people communicate:
  137. eased on the 2 dimensions of Direct vs. indirect and open vs euarded, we can derive 4 stgles in which most people communicate: =17 socialieers open 4' D1Ye0T
  138. eased on the 2 dimensions of Direct vs. indirect and open vs euarded, we can derive 4 stgles in which most people communicate: =17 socialieers open 4' D1Ye0T =17 DiYe0TOY3= 61001000 ‘to D1Ye0T
  139. eased on the 2 dimensions of Direct vs. indirect and open vs euarded, we can derive 4 stgles in which most people communicate: = V socialieers open 4' Direct =17 Directors: eiuarded co Direct = i7 Relatersz open ‘f11101Ye0T
  140. eased on the 2 dimensions of Direct vs. indirect and open vs euarded, we can derive 4 stgles in which most people communicate: = V socialieers open 4' Direct =17 Directors: eiuarded co Direct = i7 Relatersz open 4'11101Ye0T =17 thinkers: eiuarded ‘fl1101Ye0T
  141. eased on the 2 dimensions of Direct vs. indirect and open vs euarded, we can derive 4 stgles in which most people communicate: = v socialieers open 4 Direct =17 Directors: etuarded co Direct “"1 ‘l| '°""‘°'*""‘°"*"‘ ‘"1"’ = i7 rzelaters: open 4'11101Ye0T "' =17 thinkers: euarded 4 indirect
  142. eraphical representation of the 4 stgles: Socializers Relaters Directors Thinkers
  143. Keep Th13 111 mind - =17 that to know gourself and others, and practicing this skill is all about being tactful, reasonable, understanding and nonjudgmental
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  145. evergone has something to sag about what he/ she cares about in life.
  146. Having a vision means having a sense of what gou want and need to do.
  147. Having a vision means having a sense of what gou want and need to do. =17 it gives gou o. Putzeose
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  149. there are 3 stages T0 01TiV111g 0T 0. Vi31011= l. your defining rnonzenfs
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  151. there are 3 stages 1'0 0.W1V111g 0T 0. Vi31011= 7. your defining rnonzenfs Z a mission .7. your acfion plan
  152. there are 3 stages 1'0 0.W1V111g 0T 0. Vi31011= 7. your defining momenfs - Thatlswhenyourealizeyou'reon something really exciting Z a mission .7. your acfion plan
  153. there are 3 stages T0 0.1111/1116 0T 0. Vi31011= 7. your defining momenfs That is when you realize you're on something really exciting - You haveto make some serious study on that ‘something’to ensure that it 2 ° ° appealstothevaluesandneedsofthe 0 a people you're seekingto lead 1?. your action plan
  154. there are 3 stages T0 0.1111/111% 01 0. Vi31011= l. your defining momenfs That is when you realize you're on something really exciting - You haveto make some serious study on that ‘something’to ensure that it 2 ' ° appealstothevaluesandneedsofthe ' a 11901119 10109 599110010 19311 - It's the thing that gives context and stamina to your Defining Moments 3. your acfion plan
  155. there are 3 stages 1'0 01111/1116 (LT 0. /131011: l. your defining momenfs - That is when you realize you're on something really exciting - You haveto make some serious study on that ‘something’to ensure that it 2 ° ° appealstothevaluesandneedsofthe ° a 11991119 119919 599119219 199" - It's the thing that gives context and stamina to your Defining Moments - It's more than just a mere ‘mission 3. your acfion plan W"
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  157. there are 3 stages T0 01111/1116 0T 0. 1/131011: l. your defining momenfs - That is when you realize you're on something really exciting - You haveto make some seriousstudy on that ‘something’to ensure that it 2 ° ° appealstothevaluesandneedsofthe o G 11991119 119919 599119019 1999 - It'sthe thing that gives context and stamina to your Defining Moments - It's more thanjust a mere ‘mission 3' y I. P! I come from your HEART- - To fulfil your vision. you've got to transform your thoughts and ideas S9"|9I11'I1|12 11191 E19115 991 91 9 591159 91 _ (from stage 1) and your philosophy (from stage 2) intoAl1Tl0NS W131 510111911991 "1 19911191111 31"‘ Y991 1119
  158. there are 3 stages T0 01111/1116 0T 0. 1/131011: l. your defining momenfs I That is when you realize you're on something really exciting I You haveto make some seriousstudy on that ‘something’to ensure that it 2 ° ° appealstothevaluesandneedsofthe o G 11991119 119919 599119019 1999 I It'sthe thing that gives context and stamina to your Defining Moments I It's more thanjust a mere ‘mission 3 our acfio la “"°'"°"“ ° y Q P Q I It has gotto come from your HEART- I To fulfil your vision, you've got to transform your thoughts and ideas 39019111192 11191 219115 991 9‘ 9 59959 91 (from stage 1) and your philosophy (from stage 2) intoAl1Tl0NS W1|91'51"lll9T19"‘ 1" 19911191111 31"‘ Y991 1119 I You dothat by setting and accomplishing goals
  159. there are 3 stages T0 0.1111/1116 0T 0. 1/131011: l. your defining momenfs That is when you realize you're on something really exciting I You haveto make some serious study on that ‘something’to ensure that it 2 ° ° appealstothevaluesandneedsofthe o G 119911919919 599119019 1999 I It'sthe thing that gives context and stamina to your Defining Moments . I It's more thanjust a mere ‘mission 3 our acfro la “"°'"°"“ ° y Q P Q I It has gotto come from your HEART- something that grows out of a sense of what's important in your world and your life To fulfil your vision, you've got to transform your thoughts and ideas (from stage 1) and your philosophy (from stage 2) intoAl1Tl0NS You dothat by setting and accomplishing goals Notethe difference between a mission (which is long term) and a goal (which is more time bound and exists only to be achieved)
  160. ‘WWW (H2 3 $171463 1'0 ourrix/ mg 0.1’ 0. / lSl0l'l= 7. your defirzilzg nzonzerzfs - That is when you realize you‘re on something really exciting - You have to make some serious study on that ‘something’to ensure that it 2 ° ° appealstothevaluesandneedsofthe o G P90I1'9ll0“"3 Sflfllliflfitfl '93" - It'sthe thing that gives context and stamina to your llefining Moments - It's more than just a mere ‘mission 3' y i P! - come from your HEART- - To fulfil your vision, you've got to transform your thoughts and ideas $°"'9thi"£ that EWW5 ""1 0' 3 53959 0? (from stage 1) and your philosophy (from stage 2) into AETIUNS WW5 lfllllflml“ in WI" W07” 3"" WI" ‘"9 - You dothat hy setting and accomplishing goals - Notethe difference between a mission (which is long term) and a goal (which is more time hound and exists only to he achieved) - lloalslieep changing(as they must) and they all serve to fulfil the mission which remainsthe same
  161. Keep working to become the most effective person gov can be.
  162. whenever gov deal with people, work out creating oe good first impression and projecting on positive image, while at the some time, retaining self-awareness.
  163. Be conscious about MOW gov appear 1'0 others Mid be alert 1'0 the impression rgowre creating.
  164. ‘the surest wag to charisma often meansivst one thing — = =l7 PUTTlN(9r OTH? /RS FIRST
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