Establishing Your Charisma Presence

Written by Charles H Smith

Establishing Your Charisma Presence

An integral piece of charisma is establishing a presence, so let's examine 3 ways to establish your charisma presence, that will clearly tell all around you "I'm a player and a force to be reckoned with!".

Your Mother Was Right: "Stand up Straight!"; "Head up!"; "Shoulders back!"; "Chest out!"; "Don't slouch!"; are some other things you heard as a child. Probably without knowing, she was enabling you to display confidence and establish a charisma presence. Your overall posture will make you feel and look confident, while keeping you at ease with your surroundings. As you encounter new situations, pay very particular attention to how you walk, sit, and stand. Even if you're not at ease, followrepparttar rules of posture your mother told you as you were growing up. That posture that tells other people that you are at ease, and they naturally will assume you are!

S-M-I-L-E A natural friendly smile is one of your most powerful "weapons" in your charisma arsenal and can work wonders if you use it atrepparttar 137133 right strategic intervals. A friendly smile can be an ice breaker, or it can easily remove resistance. And just generally, it surrounds you in an aura of high self-esteem and confidence.

You Are inrepparttar 137134 Drivers Seat! In every situation where you deal with anothers, you need to stay focused on tact and diplomacy. Remember to keep your charisma qualities high so that others will be drawn to you. As analyze situations you'll also know exactly when to speak and what to say when you speak, and how to present yourself inrepparttar 137135 most appealing way throughoutrepparttar 137136 interaction.

Compassionate Living

Written by Heather J. Tait

Title: Compassionate Living

Author: Heather J. Tait Email: URL: Silence Speaks, Word Count: 827

*** ARTICLE *** As we grow into a more spiritual means of living it changes our outlooks and perspectives. What we once did not recognize or were aware of in our conscious every day life, we begin to pay attention to. We begin looking atrepparttar fine lines and intricate details of our activities andrepparttar 137132 people and places involved. We begin to look at ourselves more closely instead of just skimming overrepparttar 137133 surface.

When we awaken these senses, we begin to have compassion for others withrepparttar 137134 same ability or even lack of ability. We begin to experience empathy on a more conscious level than just human. This occurs because we are entering a positive state of awareness. Instead of only seeing our little circle of friends and family as a center from that which our lives extend, we see ourselves as a part ofrepparttar 137135 whole. We begin to recognizerepparttar 137136 connection between ourselves andrepparttar 137137 world around us. We may act as individuals, but how we act affects us all.

This concept is not limited to people alone. It extends far beyond simply a human capacity. This concept stands for all living things. We haverepparttar 137138 ability to recognizerepparttar 137139 connection present in all life formations from humans, to animals, to even plants. With this brain capacity and spiritual awareness, we are given a responsibility to respect all of which we encounter. This may be difficult for some human beings to see, as not all life formations communicate in our language, however they do communicate, and they do respond to positive and negative treatment.

Plants are a primary example, as they do not speak human language. If you care for a plant and nourish it with water and sunlight, it will grow. It will increase in size and possibly bare flowers or fruit, depending on its type. This plant may give off pollen, seeds, and even oxygen to its environment. Animals, human beings, andrepparttar 137140 environment where this plant lives begin to make use of its offerings. Ifrepparttar 137141 plant is not cared for, it will wilt, turn colors, and eventually, cease to exist. So when we take care of one formation, we are essentially caring for all other formations that come into contact with it.

We are responsible for preserving that which we encounter. In fact consider yourself appointed to care for a life formation if it is guided into your presence. If a stray or wounded animal comes to you, then do as you see fit to care for it. If you cannot care for it directly, take responsibility to seek a shelter or loving home forrepparttar 137142 animal. You just may wind up with a loyal and trusted companion inrepparttar 137143 end that you did not realize existed.

We are responsible for preserving nature. We rely on nature constantly without even thinking about all ofrepparttar 137144 resources that are used atrepparttar 137145 cost of our daily living expense. Think aboutrepparttar 137146 fuel you use in your car. If this is something you use frequently, think about what you can do to conserve. Maybe start commuting to work through mass transit or a co-worker. Maybe you are close enough to your place of employment where you can walk or ride a bicycle. Look for healthy alternatives to a stagnant lifestyle.

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