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The Art of Seduction - The Charismatic Summary & Analysis

Robert Greene (author)
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The Charismatic Summary and Analysis

Once again, the author Robert Greene invites the readers to remember how much seduction is effective in nonsexual relationships. Amongst adults, however, there is often an aura of at least 'vague sexuality' even when the relationships focused upon are not sexual involvements. Charismatic types are 'ideal' for politics. The author does not directly say, but subtly suggests that the Charismatic can be as influential in the workplace as in politics.

As such, this seductive archetype is described in terms of its potential for mass appeal. For the seducers or hopefuls out there, this will come as a delightful release from the constraints of applying seduction methods to sexual relationships.

At the same time the author tells the readers yet again that the power of seduction is not rooted in visual appearance even though the vast majority of people find...

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