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  • Charles Darwin

    Reply Reply October 26, 2016

    Hey Charlie!

    Where are those deep voice exercises that you mention in the Neil DeGrasse Tyson video? ๐Ÿ™‚

    Thanks!

  • Tihoan Andrei

    Reply Reply October 26, 2016

    Hey man,

    I’ve seen this type of behaviour in extremely charismatic individuals like Russel Brand, Craig Ferguson and Justin Timberlake and while it’s quite subtle it’s there, and that is: little to no head nodding when listening to someone.
    I’ve read that nodding is something you do when active listening, but for some reason very charismatic people from what I’ve seen, tend not to do it. Perhaps because it’s also a submission signal, idk.

    I’ve found that, with no concious input I actively listen, as in I smile a lot, laugh, lean in quite a bit and so on but I don’t nod, and I when I catch myself not nodding then I include nods thing which makes me feel odd-ish. So, if I catch myself listening to someone, should I or should I not try to include head nods?

    P.s The program is working great, somehow it made me a very easy to make laugh kind of guy which I LOVE, thanks again Charlie ! and Ben !

    • Tihoan Andrei

      Reply Reply October 26, 2016

      Also, regarding eye contact I see so many charismatic individuals make not so much of it. Is that because I see them in instances where they’re seen by an audience and look at them, or is it what they normally do?

      Literally I see even less than 40% in such charismatic people.
      (Russel included, I know you love that guy. Not love love , you know what I mean)

      • Charlie

        Reply Reply October 26, 2016

        I actually notice Russell making loads of eye contact in most of the videos I watch. Can you link me to some of the videos you’re talking about?

        • Tihoan Andrei

          Reply Reply October 27, 2016

          https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G5-1CUbaz0c
          https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WrxORZmNolk

          In these videos at least I see him only looking at Conan at the very end of his ideas, with few exceptions.
          I’m rather sure though I confused Russel looking at the audience with lack of eye contact.
          Also Justin

          https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9OzSVM_MApM

          But I also see videos such as https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ANFrHamxBy4 in which there’s an abundance of eye contact. Mabye because Craig’s show was a lot more intimate, idk.

          • Charlie

            October 27, 2016

            Ah, I see what you’re talking about. In that interview Justin is a bit low energy and is kind of playing up his aloofness. He’s not making eye contact, has long pauses, etc. This CAN work when people are paying attention to you. The lack of attention you pay back CAN create a sense that you are in a higher status position. But it only works if people are already listening closely to what you have to say (like if you’re JT in an interview). If you tried to do this in a first encounter, people would quickly move on because it would just come across as boring or shy.

    • Charlie

      Reply Reply October 26, 2016

      I think it can go either way. If you look at Will Smith, who I think is one of the most charismatic guys out there, he often will actively listen and nod his head. So no need to push for one style over the other in this case – both will work ๐Ÿ™‚

      • Tihoan Andrei

        Reply Reply October 28, 2016

        Forgot to thank you for answering :)) For some reason I just feel incredibly grateful when you answer I even feel bad not thanking you. At the same time thanking you each time fills up unnecessary space on the site but fuck it. Thank you Charlie ๐Ÿ™‚

        • Charlie

          Reply Reply October 29, 2016

          No sweat man ๐Ÿ™‚

  • Omar Gatti

    Reply Reply October 17, 2016

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  • Tihoan Andrei

    Reply Reply October 9, 2016

    Hey Charlie!

    This is a question regarding the Robert Downey Jr total breakdown. At the very beggining you point out that he is in control of his space. But isn’t what he is doing somewhat of an intrusion of the woman’s space. His had is on her chair after all.

    What if for example I’m on a couch with 2 more people. Is it ok to extend your arm out and put in on the couch’s back. Would that count as intrusion of their space? There’s only space for one of us to adopt that position, so isn’t it somewhat rude to take it considering that if they want to adopt the same position, they won’t be able to.

    • Charlie

      Reply Reply October 9, 2016

      So I don’t recommend doing it as a calculated thing, but the fact is, in many species, including our own, the leader has more rights to physical territory than the rest. So you see this kind of behavior occurring naturally. Now, if you’re not the leader or you’re somewhere with strict space limitations (like an airplane) this behavior can be off-putting. But, in a party scenario, there is nothing wrong with throwing your hand over the couch, provided that its comfortable for you and you’re not just doing it to “exert dominance.”

      • Tihoan Andrei

        Reply Reply October 10, 2016

        Got it, thanks man!

        I usually catch myself doing it and conciously stop :)) Ironic.

  • Omar Gatti

    Reply Reply October 4, 2016

    Charlie,

    you asked if we enjoyed the format you used for the Russell Brand video.

    I did ๐Ÿ™‚ ,

    cause I didn’t find it very different from many of yours Youtube videos, & I like ’em

  • Dimitris

    Reply Reply August 21, 2016

    Your “Russell Brand MSNBC” breakdown was exceptional. I’d seen this interview on youtube, but you pointed out several important points I had missed. I’d love to see more breakdowns like this. Thanks!

  • Yosef Kaye

    Reply Reply July 21, 2016

    I want to see more about touch and first impressions breakdowns. i want to see bill clinton or barack obama meet someone for 3-60 seconds and see how they look at them talk touch and interact with them in a way that completely wins that over.

    Right now I’m struggling with using touch in my interactions lol.

    thanks! great course <3

  • Jaeyoon Cho

    Reply Reply May 16, 2016

    There isn’t a particular video this comment is for. I just wanted to say that I really enjoy messing with people and interacting with people now that I’ve been practicing the skills. It feels damn good. Everyday is a rep and everything I do in public is a rep. The Russell Brand breakdown videos are by far the most eye opening and interesting.

    • Charlie

      Reply Reply May 17, 2016

      I love him. Been meaning to do more because everything he does is so darn captivating!

  • Anonymous

    Reply Reply January 9, 2016

    Awesome vid ๐Ÿ™‚

  • Anonymous

    Reply Reply July 30, 2015

    Hey charlie! I love the work that you are doing because it has helped me in many aspects of my like. Please more RUSSELL BRAND! I suggest you make a whole ENTIRE SERIES dedicated to his MAGNIFICENT charisma including his ability to SEDUCE women. PLEASE! THe fans of charisma on command are begging for it!!!

  • Jan

    Reply Reply July 29, 2015

    Awesome breakdown, thanks man!
    I love how you made it easy to recognize the commonalities in some of their behaviours.

  • Tom

    Reply Reply July 28, 2015

    Also, to answer your question, I’d definately love to see more of you breaking down Russell Brand.

    Additionally, I’d like to see you do something on The Rock / Dwayne Johnston. I think you could really do a lot using him. Also Richard Bandler.

    • Charlie

      Reply Reply July 29, 2015

      All those guys are coming. I have tons of Russell videos lined up, just need to figure out how to organize them. Bandler is great too, though I find the value in his videos are often made very clear since he explains what he is doing all the time!

  • Tom

    Reply Reply July 27, 2015

    Hi Charlie. I love this, I love your work. I think that you’re fantastic with all of this. I love the screen capture nature of things, please keep it that way. I wanted to ask, is entry to your course not available now because of not being ready yet, or is it because of a ‘launch’/scarcity thing? If it’s the first, I can understand, if it’s the second, then I don’t like that lol.

    • Charlie

      Reply Reply July 28, 2015

      Thanks for the suggestions Tom! The answer to your question is that it’s neither of those things….the answer is that I forgot to change the page over once I finished the program. It is available now, you can read more about it here: http://www.charismaoncommand.com/c-university/

      And I changed the “members only” page to reflect that – thanks for the heads up ๐Ÿ™‚

  • Chris Tsongas

    Reply Reply July 10, 2015

    Wow, amazed at how even though he was outnumbered three to one and on someone else’s turf, Russell Brand was 100% in control of the entire situation including tooling the jackass in the tie, winning the woman in the orange dress over to his side, and turning the other woman into a blubbering buffoon. Nice!!!

    • Charlie

      Reply Reply July 10, 2015

      Yeah the dude is amazing. I’ve got lots more videos of him queued up to breakdown over the next few weeks (just waiting for a better mic in the mail). He is probably the person whose charisma I am most jealous of ๐Ÿ™‚

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