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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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Lets looks from another perspective, they are famous and thats why people lough and they are happy around them. Put them in a room where is no one knows them and nobody knows how much money they have, and we will see how much attention they will get...
I think Hemsworth deserves his own perk , he seems to have all of the charisma types u mentioned yet he seems to not be apart of any of them , he.s just so natural , charming and masculine , he is attractive 24/24 not just in the face of a camera , he doesn't struggle , he.s confident , he.s always the most interesting one because he just seems worthy of ur simpathy and adoration , he seems genuinely worthy of ur love and admiration and respect
Just be you,if you try to be someone else,don't work,being comfortable with yourself makes people around you comfortable,be honest true,strong,standup,easy going,no walk over ,no gossip so you are trusted,it nice too be important but important to be nlce?
life has moulded me into something like the character thomas bekket (played by tom berenger) in 'sniper'. i don't have his hateful, inconsiderate attitude though and don't yell at people when they irritate me. over the last 11 years of living alone, i've become a quiet person. those who know me have described me as having a piercing, far-away glance that looks through you vs at you and move in a cat-like manner. to make it worse, i have dexter's off balance smile. is there a charisma type for that, or is it just unsettling?
I am The Giver, The Attention Grabber, and The Goofball. It depends on the situation. I'm the Goofball when everyone else is boring cuz I don't want to be bored. I'm the Attention Graber when I am surrounded by my closest friends because I want to have a good time with them.
I am The Giver on a daily basis because I'm honestly a laid back loner who loves to laugh. I remain the Giver until I'm surrounded by friends or boring people.
How do I turn it off or on? Well, I love to laugh, if no one is attempting to make me laugh, I'm going to entertain myself = Goofball. If everyone I know are having fun, I want to add more fire to the flame = Attention Grabber.
All of this boils down to being who you are and loving who you are. You can't force yourself to be someone you are not. The Suave guy isn't always suave and The Cool guy isn't always cool. You adapt but never force it. I have been the suave guy and the cool guy also but rarely. How? The situation called for it. My options were limited.
Short tale: I was a national champion. I won a national championship title. Everyone was out celebrating, my friends, my peers, my competition, and me of course. Because I won, because I already had all of the attention, my friends were being Givers, Attention Grabbers, and Goofballs. I didn't have an urge to be that. I just won a national title, I was so assured with myself. Thus, my body language was more confident than ususal. Everyone had an urge to please me and it made it more difficult for me to be captivated, especially with just having the high being the national champion in front of everyone. All of this made me be able perform Cool guy characteristics effortlessly. It wasn't forced. It was natural. There are other stories that explain how I was able to be the Suave guy.
Simply put, be yourself, love who you are, and be present. Easier said than done but it is that simple. (+)
The problem is that I’m none of these people. I’m me. I’m a very serious, matter of fact, unfunny, unattractive, intellectual, with as much cariama as a bottle of high blood pressure medication. Pretending to be these types of people is highly disingenuous, if you’re not. It’s also a great deal of work.
Great video and amazing channel.
I think I'm actually quite adept at flipping between all 6 of these styles. The downside of course being that I'm never quite sure which style works for which situation, so my interactions with women more closely resemble a game of Russian Roulette than cat-and-mouse.
I have multiple types of charisma defined in this which I believe applies to everyone because things like charisma are extraordinarily nuanced
My brother Chris is definitely goofball that Instagram thing was so incredibly my brother Chris oh my God
You know, you are right: these are indeed good types. But i feel like a lot of people aren't one of those types: they are many combined. Every different person you interact with can perceive you in a different way because you can adjust yourself to them.