Are you making these mistakes when socializing?
Marilyn Monroe proved that one does not have to have an air about them to be charismatic.
She was walking with a photographer and magazine editor towards the Grand Central Terminus deep in conversation.
It was a busy day and the terminus was packed with people, and nobody had the time to look at her.
As the photographer clicked the camera, she boarded the train and sat in the corner of a car.
Marilyn wanted to show the magazine editor that she could either choose to be plain Norma Jean Baker or glamorous Marilyn Monroe just by deciding.
She was Norma Jean on the subway, but when she reached the sidewalks of New York, she chose to be Marilyn.
She turned to the photographer and asked him if he would like to see Marilyn.
All she did was turn around, fluff her hair and strike a pose, and she turned into the glamorous Marilyn Monroe.
A spark rippled out of her and she became magnetic. The people walking past her stopped in their tracks and recognized that a star was in their midst.
In an instant, fans engulfed Marilyn and it took some time for the photographer to protect her from the crowd.
Marilyn knew that charisma is something you can turn on and off.
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So if you want to be someone with a "magnetic presence"
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