HOW TO: Boost Charisma Quotient through SOB-CRED STORY

One of the pre pitch strategies, Sob-Credibility Story (sob-cred) is a coherent excerpt of your autobiography, intently compelling, which aims to establish a reputation with credence and emotional relevance. It is a tactful introduction of your soul for an emotional connection to your prospects.

Contrary to big audience presentations, your Charisma Quotient in one on one pitch, is dependent to what kind of guests you are facing. Take note that you could manipulate your Charisma according to the relativism of the personality at the other edge of the sales table. Know them more, and blend what are the things you’ll say while you monitor their reception. You cant read minds, you can only be sensitive to responses to thrive your appeal to them.

SOB
Life has an ebb and a flood tide, let them hear a reality of waving emotions from a compelling part of your existence. Remember that the SOB doesn’t celebrate the saddest part because that just buffers pity, displaces your competence and thus destroys your credibility.

Always start and end it up positive. No one wants to talk in a negative mood and listen to a story of a loser. What you shall emphasize here is the transition from ebb to the flood tide. The turning points, How you managed to stand up and win the battle. You are simply introducing yourself to them by letting them see how you came to be emotionally tough and that I tell you, is very engaging. You will leave a mark to them, a connection. It is either they will be impressed to how you did it or they will identify from the similar effort they did to overcome an equally weighted challenge they used to face. Either, results to them liking you.

CREDIBILITY
This will strengthen the reason why you are worth hearing and believing. You let them hear your accomplishments. Don’t just enumerate! Articulate every accomplishment with a corresponding impact to your existing and future self. Case in point, you were a consistent best speaker in the inter-varsity debate championships in high school. That’s why you have such a refined speech dynamics as you pitch. Treat your accolades as potentials to a better you. Let them hear that to arouse them. Impress them to let them choose to stay and be near with a person who knows his capabilities and what he wants.

Be contagiously optimistic. Oozing with real promises grounded by proven personal prowesses. Tell them parts of your life that show your true logic and unbend belief system. Be natural. Never be hypocrite, that’ll be obvious.

MOTION
Jockeying the space between you and your guests enhances a compelling presence. This variable seals the pack. Emotional foundation from the Sob, Trustworthiness from the Cred and the Felt Presence through Motion. Prospects should feel that they are talking to a real breathing human who morphs all the emotional and logical ideals that you told to them. Lean towards them when they start being interested to your story flow. Come closer to portray whispering when you tell them a secret of your life. Lean back when you think they are already too hooked up. Tap a part of their arms to enhance emphasis.

Charisma according to Google, is compelling attractiveness or charm that can inspire devotion in others. In the discourse about Sob-Cred Story, Charisma is that engaging vibe as an effect of being aware of who you are and effectively display your relevance specific to the person you are relating at the moment. Having that said, yes you’ll have necessary calibrations on what you wanted your guests to hear to let them appreciate you as Charismatic. Let the Sob and Cred ascertain the calibre and articulate the delivery through Motions.

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