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We show you all the six types of charisma in MCU that seems so irresistible to women. One of the most common misconceptions of charisma is that one size must fit all. The truth is that while there are some high level tips that everyone should follow, there are lots of different styles that you can adopt for success in charisma and in dating. So in honor of the release of Avengers Infinity War, we are going to look at six types of charismatic leading men and the pros and cons of each style then you can decide which style suits your personality best.
A few caveats before we begin. One, yes, all of these guys are extremely handsome actors and absolutely, women will be drawn to them because of their looks. Still, there is value to be had for the rest of us in analyzing their personalities because they really are some of the most charismatic people I've seen. Second, I am NOT saying that each actor is always the type shown in this video. It's more about the habits that I've frequently seen in their interviews; and three, these aren't the only types of attractive behavior. There's others but I couldn't find MCU actors that represented them well so we might get to them in other videos
00:58 Robert Downey Jr being The Cool Guy
02:30 Chris Evans being The Giver
04:02 Chris Pratt being The Goofball
06:43 Sebastian Stan being The Suave
09:04 Anthony Mackie being The Attention Grabber
11:07 Tom Holland being The Storyteller
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Well, the problem is with the giver you come off as a nice guy, with the goofball you'll be less appealing to women who need you to take them seriously sometimes (all women do eventually), the suave guy can come out looking creepy, the attention grabber can come off arrogant or annoying, and the storyteller won't help you if you don't have a degree of charisma to begin with. The cool guy is the way to go. Just make sure you have enough elements of the others to still be funny and kind when it's called for.
If you combined characteristics of some of those types, will you just come off as a douche (in the sense that you seem like you are lying about who you are)?
If you choose to use certain types of charisma on certain people then does that make you a liar for who you really are?
It doesn't just depend on the type of guy you are, it also depends on the woman your trying to attract. For example an introverted quiet woman might be interested in the confident talker who gets everyone's attention but would feel very uncomfortable with the attention grabber. Introverts would stay away from loud people because they are overloading to the introverts social battery.
none of these i like in terms of personality types. i prefer men who are reserved. those that speaks little not due to shyness but choose to remain quiet but can be quite witty and funny when they do speak.
I think the main take away here is, guys just take a public speaking course. What these guys have that you don't is just confidence that comes from experience and knowing how to speak to people.
Not fidgeting, keeping a level voice, injecting humour, carrying on when you falter, ect. Are the basic skills you'll pick up for speech and debate. Gimmicks push you into weird boxes and people who use them come off as disingenuous because peers can tell they're always being calculating. It's why work shops like this come off as creepy it's all about manipulation which is never sexy. Women are not easily fooled bags of hair and strategically placed body fat. even if you trick her she will find out and you'll go from a guy she didn't notice to a douchbag ex as soon as that happens.
Just once I'd love to see one of these workshops talk about how to show yourself, instead of how to MAKE people see you.
okay im a chick but id say im like a mixture of storyteller, attention grabber, and goofball (based on my personal opinion of myself, and what a lot of my friends and peers tell me they think of me). i always tend to take things that could be really short answers and make them into some sort of story with background and stuff (ex: ask me a place id like to visit and instead of just saying "i think ___ is nice" ill dive deep into what i love about said place, why i wanna visit, etc). then theres me being known as probably the most weirdo in my friend group. alotta times the question people ask me most is "what are you doing?" cause im always just like goofin off and laughing and cracking jokes wherever i can, and i feel like this ties in with my subconscious need to be the center of attention. im inarguably the loudest of my friend group (my friends have told me that they have been able to hear me halfway across the school) and im always just doing grand gestures and being weird and stuff. so yeah, congrats to whoever sat through this lmao