Magnetic Charisma

  • by Patrick King
  • Narrated by Gregory Sutton
  • 2 hrs and 49 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Develop your own personal gravity with concrete skills to stand out, be noticed, and captivate people.
If you (1) walk into a room and feel invisible, or (2) want to ensure you make a powerful personal impact - newsflash: you need better advice than "fake it 'til you make it" or "just be yourself".
Confidently approach and excel in any social setting.
Magnetic Charisma is a book that just might fundamentally change how you interact with others. Never before have you looked behind the curtain of so-called charismatic people and the subtle ways they act and think differently. You get the "how to" along with the "why" and a multitude of illustrative examples.
We are always told that our interpersonal skills are the key to what we want in life, and it's true. Let the actionable tips, questions, approaches, and replicable techniques in this book be your guide to growing your sense of personal magnetism and charm.
Advice from an internationally-known, professional charisma coach.
Patrick King is an internationally best-selling author and teaches charisma and social skills for a living. He's also a late bloomer and former social recluse - he made the transformation, knows exactly what it takes, and can relate to you every step of the way - advice from someone who simply gets it.
He has been featured in: GQ magazine, TEDx, Forbes, Men's Fitness, and the Huffington Post.
The highly focused advice will teach you what matters in an interaction, from beginning to end, subtle to obvious, small to big.


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Customer Reviews

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Waste of money

Wouldn't waste your money on this book. In one chapter he says to take up space in a conversation and breathe and respond with well thought out answers. However, in a couple chapters later he says the quicker you respond the better even if you're thinking out loud. He needs to learn that in order to have "charisma"you need to stop contradicting your own advice. It's not very good for book sales. There are better books out there so I'd skip this one.
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- lauren Linzie

Lacks any structure

the book assumes the stance of positive thinking in conversations - be interested in others, and accept their opinions without one-upping or correcting them - verbosely and without any structure or without any context in which the tips would be applied. So we're told to adopt ways of expressing from the other, except when you shouldn't, and this "do this, but sometimes you have to do the other" goes on and on without any meaningful structure. It would make the book 100% better if every "don't do X" could be joined by a "here's why we do X and that's how we should deal with it instead".
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- Yannick

Book Details

  • Release Date: 06-28-2017
  • Publisher: Patrick King