Social anxiety is the silent problem that we humans deal with. But that is not the only problem.
If you break down your internal problems, you realize a lot of it stems from undermining your own confidence & overvaluing someone else's confidence.
The game of competition & judgment ensues.
If you were to look into your anxious thoughts, you will notice a majority of them deal with humans in one way shape or form.
- We are not afraid of failing.
- We are afraid of being JUDGED for failing.
Therefore, most of our anxiety comes down to social anxiety. And it's hard to be a charismatic force when you are dealing with low self-worth. I've been there...
My personality was of a talkative kid growing up in the villages of Bangladesh.
But taking a sudden move to the U.S changed me internally. I found it difficult to pick up the new language & cultural norms.
To add insult to injury, I was mocked relentlessly for my accent.
The next few years were a transition from being the Talkative Village Boy to the Shy Foreign Kid. A transition no one willingly wants to make.
It took YEARS to unlearn the concepts that were holding me back.
Social anxiety is something we need to deal with first-hand so we can navigate around it.
Picture the most charismatic people you know.
They were some of the individuals who dealt with the most confusion.
What made those Charismatic people different?
The ability to ADAPT.
Charisma is not a finite act. It is a lifelong process.
Charisma is not a one-size-fits-all approach. Instead, its a method of you discovering your own brand.
Charisma is not about looking out. It is about looking in...
Social skills are an internal to external transformation.
How much work you do on your self-development will dictate how charismatic & authentic you come off to others.
The Charisma King is not like other social skills books. The game is not to learn a few little tricks and call it a day.
The game is to EVOLVE yourself on a BEING level.
- The world does not want a watered-down version of you.
- The world wants to see you for who you truly were all along.
At a core level, we humans are charismatic creatures.
However, we have a bunch of junk, limiting beliefs & nerves blocking that.
At the core level, the plate is clean. When it gets dirty, we do not call the plate naturally dirty. We understand by some scrubbing, it will be good as new.
It's time to scrape off the limiting beliefs. Charisma was your birthright.
In the Charisma King, you will learn social skills concepts on:
- How to manage social anxiety.
- What it means to be a Charisma King.
- The elements of building a strong social circle.
- Fundamentals of listening.
- Socially unintelligent moves.
- How to deal with haters.
And much more.
The Charisma King within you awaits to be unlocked.
Life is easier when you have people skills.
Now it's time to find out for yourself.
What Others Are Saying:
Charismatic individuals are magnetic, not only to other people, but to the life they want. Charisma isn't a personality trait you're born with so much as it's a state of mind. If you want to access that state of mind, Charisma King is a game changer. I've never seen such an in-depth and actionable guide to charisma such as this one.
-Matt Stephens, Online Coach & Writer
If you want to be able to increase your charisma and want actionable steps on how then this is the one-stop-shop for you.
-Zion Hopkins, University Student
Good afternoon! May I start by extending my thanks for this collection of wisdom and insights that you have shared with me!
I am working through them slowly due to the many ‘aha’ moments and the need to take notes! All I can say is wow – there is so much for people here to read, take in, then apply. I would love to see these in a paperback someday for sure! My favorite nugget of gold so far is: "Your subconscious does not hear intentions, it feels energy." That really resonates with me.
Thank you again.
-Matt Waugh, Industrial Relations Representative
Charisma King shines a light on human nature and realizing that you are not alone in this world of complex social dynamics. This book truly helps take a complex subject and breaks it down into easily understood principles. I can't recommend this book enough.
-Danny Trombley, Filmmaker, Photographer & Designer
Charisma King is a very, VERY impressive book, and it's something that resonates with me quite deeply. He hits the nail on the head in the 'Spotlight Effect' chapter when talking about social anxiety. It's something that I had several years ago. You fear being the center of attention and having all eyes on you. But not only does he hit the nail on the head in terms of the problem, he also gives you the SOLUTIONS too. Very impressed.
-Alex Clewlow, Personal Trainer
Remember those Dos Equis commercials featuring the “Most Interesting Man Alive”.
High value, Effortlessly entertaining, magnetic personality, and always has captivating stories to tell at social gatherings?
You know the guy that all the guys want to be like, and all the women are attracted to?
In the “Charisma King” Armani lays out the blueprint on how to achieve such a life – a life that you deserve.
The knowledge in this book is invaluable and really breaks down in intricate detail on how to conduct yourself in any social setting successfully.
Reading and applying the principles found in this book is going to have you light years ahead of your peers. I highly recommend you get yourself a copy.
-Samuel Guydon, Web Developer & Brand Strategist
Table of Contents
Part 1: Working On You
- Tackling the Heart of Charisma
- Signs of a Nice Guy
- Why Being Selfish is a Good Thing
- How to Stop being a Loner
- Creating Your Voice
- Is Introversion Holding You Back?
- Are YOU Toxic?
- The Importance of a Mission
Part 2: Social Anxiety
- The Fear of People
- Is Social Anxiety a Bad Thing?
- The Spotlight Effect
- Creativity to Overcome Social Anxiety
- What do I say next?
- Why You Compare Yourself to Others
Part 3: Charisma King
- Entering the World of Charisma
- Signs of Charisma
- Why Rejection is a Good Thing
- Dressing Like a Winner
- The Power of Small Talk
- Providing Value to Others
- The Importance of Empathy
- Spreading Good Vibes
- How to Stop Caring about Opinions
Part 4: Social Sins
- How to NOT Be Charismatic
- 10 Socially Unintelligent Moves
- Do You Ramble?
- Social Quirk: The Announcer
- Irrelevant Questions
- Whine City
- Spotlight Jacking
- Having a Sour Attitude
Part 5: Charismatic Social Moves
- How to Move with Poise
- Body Language 101
- Following Up with Others
- The Art of a Joke
- Strategic Silence
- How to Deal with Unwanted Advice
- Social Tactic: Selective Respect
- The Art of Listening: Sponge vs Trampoline
- How to Introduce Yourself
Part 6: Dealing With Negativity
- Learning to be Unbothered
- The Dark Sides of Charisma
- Signs of a Snake
- How to Deal with Snakes
- Why you Shouldn’t Sweat the Hate
- How to Respond to a Hater
- How to Handle Disrespect
- Explaining Yourself to Others: Do or Avoid?
Part 7: Building Your Squad
- The Social Creature
- Social Filtration System
- Truth about Loyalty
- Become A Better Networker
- Is Approaching People Weird?
- Tribe Building 101
- Power of Rapport
- How to Be a Good Friend
- Best Friends
- Digital Networking
- Building Acquaintances
- Attracting the Right People into Your Life