James Bond has been a role model for me almost my entire life. I often turn to him when I need motivation or inspiration, especially when it comes to the social arts. Earlier this week, I was watching Goldfinger, one of my favorite Bond flicks. And I was thinking about what made him so interesting to me. Aside from the guns, cars, money, and travel – what was it about him that I enjoyed so much? One reason is that, socially, he is able to convey strength in many different ways: He’s to-the-point, he knows what he wants, he follows his own rules, and he’s never indecisive. I decided it would be fun to explore a few ways to convey strength socially, so that you too can start building a James Bond-level of charisma. Have preferences Know exactly what you like and what you want. If someone asks you about a preference – like your favorite drink, movie, or band – have an answer. If you find yourself saying, “I don’t know” or “I’m not sure,” then I suggest taking...
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