Of course, the examples here can be flexible.
Tweak them however you want, so they can be applied to your own specific situations.
To get started, here are 5 simple tips on how to charm someone.
Tip # 1: Be Approachable.
Being charming is all about being approachable.
Before you raise any objections, let me tell you that both introverts and extroverts should have no problem doing it.
If you're an extrovert, then you really don't have anything to worry about.
If you're an introvert, all you have to do is flash a smile.
Smiling is as good as an invitation.
Practice your best smile in front of the mirror in the privacy of your own home.
There's no harm in being prepared.
You never know when a situation will call for a smile.
Tip # 2: Compliment Them.
If you want to know how to charm someone, then you could never go wrong by giving them compliments.
You may compliment anything you like about them.
You may say something nice about their shirt or their presentation, but be specific about it.
What is it about their shirt that you found great? Was it because of the comic book reference? Who knows? That just might unlock something you two have in common.
What is it about their presentation that you thought was wonderful? If the way they made every slide seamless and clear impressed you, don't be afraid to say it.
Just be sincere when you do tell them something nice.
Not only will it make you feel good, it will help develop your charisma and make him feel more at ease around you.
Tip # 3: Keep Things Subtle.
Subtlety is key when you want to charm the pants off a person.
Don't be too obvious when it comes to trying to get on his good side.
A little bit of praise here and there is fine, but going all out to show the person that you want to be seen as charming will defeat your purpose.
Tip # 4: Be Knowledgeable.
Another way to get on someone's good side and develop your charisma is to be prepared.
Don't show up to a party or an event without updating yourself with topics that might come up during a conversation.
There's nothing worse than having absolutely no idea what the rest of the people are talking about.
You can also research on anyone's interests, jobs, likes and dislikes by going through their Facebook profile; this will allow you to talk about things they're interested in, thereby building more rapport.
Tip # 5: Have A Sense Of Humor.
A sense of humor helps when you want someone to like you.
Just keep your humor tasteful or at least, suited to the other person's sense of what's funny.
After all, the whole point is to get the other person to like you.
Knowing how to charm someone is a very important skill.
It can be useful for both professional and personal situations.
Just don't change yourself too much that you don't recognize yourself anymore.