A charming woman… doesn’t follow the crowd. She is herself. ~Loretta Young
There is a misconception about charm I want to clear up. A lot of people think that charm is about being fake. They think people use charm to get what they want. Actually, the opposite is true.
According to Charm* (1934) author, Margery Wilson, charm is about making others feel good. Like most women, I’m guessing you want to put people at ease and make them feel like they are the most important person in the world. Unfortunately, we don’t always succeed in a world where authentic charm is no longer valued.
You Owe it to Your World to be Charming
Today’s modern world feels so emotionally violent. The political climate seems to have destroyed friendships. News coming from various media makes people want to pull the covers over their heads and never leave their beds. I have several friends who have stopped using social media completely. Even grocery shopping sometimes feels like engaging in a battle.
You may not be able to change the entire world but you can change your world by being charming. Here are some ways you can change your world:Continue Reading