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What makes people interesting? And can it be learned?
Personality and charm, not external power or authority, are what count most for the "it factor."
Being the person everyone wants to work with drives success far more pleasantly than being a jerk somebody has to work with.
A new study found that having too much charisma can hinder your effectiveness as a leader.
Whether voters are with her or want to make America great again might well depend on how they're hardwired to respect collaboration or a more direct approach.
By harnessing and developing positive substitutes to these turn-off traits, anyone can add to their charm and interpersonal effectiveness.
Charisma is simply the result of learned behaviors.
While 'The Wolf of Wall Street' may seem like a cautionary tale of precisely what not to do in business, much can be learned from Jordan Belfort's story.