There are charms made only for distance admiration.
The charms of the passing woman are generally in direct proportion to the swiftness of her passing.
Charm is a glow within a woman which casts a most becoming light on others.
Things forbidden have a secret charm.
Faces that have charmed us the most escape us the soonest.
Charming people live up to the very edge of their charm, and behave as outrageously as the world lets them.
If most men and women were forced to rely upon physical charm to attract lovers, their sexual lives would be not only meager but in a youth-worshiping country like America painfully brief.
Charm is more than beauty.
No one has it who isn't capable of genuinely liking others, at least at the actual moment of meeting and speaking. Charm is always genuine; it may be superficial but it isn't false.
A plain woman is one who, however beautiful, neglects to charm.
I am bewitched with the rogue's company. If the rascal have not given me medicines to make me love him, I'll be hanged.
Charm is the ability to make someone think that both of you are quite wonderful.
There is no personal charm so great as the charm of a cheerful temperament.
Charm is the quality in others that makes us more satisfied with ourselves.
Marvelous is the power which can be exercised, almost unconsciously, over a company, or an individual, or even upon a crowd by one person gifted with good temper, good digestion, good intellects, and good looks.
Rarity gives a charm; so early fruits and winter roses are the most prized; and coyness sets off an extravagant mistress, while the door always open tempts no suitor.
Charm is a product of the unexpected.
Charisma becomes the undoing of leaders. It makes them inflexible, convinced of their own infallibility, unable to change.
Throw away those books and cassettes on inspirational leadership. Send those consultants packing. Know your job, set a good example for the people under you and put results over politics. That's all the charisma you'll really need to succeed.
Beware of charisma . . . Representative Men; was Ralph Waldo Emerson's 1850 phrase for the great men in a democracy . . . Is there some common quality among these Representative Men who have been most successful as our leaders? I call it the need to be authentic
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