When being analytical and left-brained helps your charisma

Charisma, it seems, is all art and no science.

Sure, you can try a few things. Things like making eye contact (but not too much), using their name (but not too much) and expressing confidence (but not too much).

And a thousand other techniques.

Do them all – but not too much – and above all, be natural about it.


It kinda seems like there are two options:

Either you’re a creative, colourful, naturally charismatic person…

Or you’re left-brained and analytical, so you’re not.

Well, it might seem that way, but it’s not so. In fact, the more analytical you are, the more charismatic you can be.


What if I told you there was a simple formula for improving your conversations…

… that works with anyone, from strangers on the street to soulmates…

… that’s simple enough to learn, practice, memorise and follow, while being flexible enough to suit your style?

Not only that, I explain why each step works, not just what it does.

Would that appease the part of your mind that’s always observing and calculating?

It sure helped for me…

If you’re looking for answers about how conversations work – or want to know something you can use mid-sentence – then my conversational architecture is for you. I show how it works, for everything from ordering coffee to deep-and-meaningfuls, while showing you exactly what you need to think about next.

There are no scripts, dorky phrases or too-complex nonsense.

Only the deep, often-overlooked truth about how the best conversations work.

If you’re interested, then read on:


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