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16 secrets of naturally charming people

Reader’s Digest Asia Logo By Stacey Feintuch of Reader’s Digest Asia | Slide 1 of 16: Charmers immerse and focus themselves in what the other person is saying. They aren’t busy thinking of a rebuttal or a response. They don’t interrupt people while they’re speaking, try to dominate the conversation, or tell stories to brag about themselves. They don’t use a conversation as an opportunity to give a lecture or unsolicited advice. Instead, they make people feel like they’ve been heard and focus on what they’re saying. “Everyone loves to talk about themselves,” says dating coach, Mike Goldstein. “Ask the people you meet to do so.” Don't miss these magic phrases to make anyone trust you.

They’re good listeners

Charmers immerse and focus themselves in what the other person is saying. They aren’t busy thinking of a rebuttal or a response. They don’t interrupt people while they’re speaking, try to dominate the conversation, or tell stories to brag about themselves. They don’t use a conversation as an opportunity to give a lecture or unsolicited advice. Instead, they make people feel like they’ve been heard and focus on what they’re saying. “Everyone loves to talk about themselves,” says dating coach, Mike Goldstein. “Ask the people you meet to do so.” Don't miss these magic phrases to make anyone trust you.
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