Actually, I’d say all of them lack more than that – but I think that’s the key. If any of them was a little more charming – we’d be more willing to vote for them, even if we didn’t agree with 100% of their policies.

It’s a forgotten art in this world, charm that is. As a society, we are so used to getting what we want, when we want it, that we’d flat out forgotten the value of it.

We would rather push and bully people into doing what we want. We would rather belittle and make the other person small, so we can do as we please…forgetting that the burning of bridges can bite us in the long run.

It boils down to this attitude:

Being Charming Takes Time And Effort…And I Am Busy.

I know it’s probably too late for the candidates in this election (at least the two we see the most) – but it’s not too late for you.

With my 10 simple (seriously, they are mostly common sense) tips, you can increase your charm factor by at least 50% (I admit, you’ve got to be born with some of it…).

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