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Because human beings are such fantastic lie detectors--and we do detect micro-expressions as fast as 17 milliseconds--you can't fake charisma," says Olivia Fox Cabane, author of The Charisma Myth: How Anyone Can Master the Art and Science of Personal Magnetism.
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While on the subject of charisma, if you didn't already know, it's actually a common trait of the psychopath.
For evolutionary reasons, Fox Cabane says charisma breaks down into warmth, power and presence.
But others need a little more cultivation for charisma to bloom.
The Indian Express in its article says in fact, democracy in the third world may have increased the lure of charisma.
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With the rise of these institutions, then, the personal charisma of their long-departed founders becomes "routinized"--calcified into laws and dogmas that lead to the predominance of "traditional" and "legal" forms of authority.
Charisma Dental received a visit from CQC representatives recently, and was thrilled to be granted a pass.
Charisma is a deep berry shade, with a jewel shine.
Adam, who has danced with Kylie Minogue and starred in Coyote Ugly, said: "Who would expect a seven-year-old to have the charisma of Robert Plant and the charisma of Beyonce?
Does charisma originate in the individual, in that person's followers, or in the situation?