People with “it” may be famous or wealthy or powerful… This is because “it” isn’t always apparent on the surface. It’s a combination of personality traits, behaviors and attitudes that combine in such a way as to create an emotional whole that radiates charisma and desirability.And once you know what goes into “it”, you can learn to develop “it” for yourself.
And he says ‘I could do that better.’ So they give him another chance, and it’s just as bad. And the casting director looks at the producers and says ‘What do you think? ‘But you were willing to see him four times.” “Keanu got the part.” Keanu, y’see, may not be the greatest actor in the world, but he had “It”.
He has that mysterious X-factor that makes people like him.
In short: he’s making a point of Too often we don’t give our full attention to the people we talk to.
We live in a world of distractions, whether it’s the TV on in the background, the conversations going on around us or even just being half-lost in our own heads.
They draw the attention (and desire) of people around them, seemingly without conscious effort. “It” is the factor that transcends a person’s looks and makes them even more attractive and desirable than someone who is just conventionally attractive.
For me it was my buddy Miles – a man whose ability to attract women would not be out of place in an Axe commercial. I loved Miles like a brother, but I was convinced that at some point I was going to throw acid in his face, just so I’d have a chance. In fact, the “ugly man who’s amazingly successful with women” is an incredibly well known trope… People with “it” may be good looking, yet “it” isn’t about looks. yet when you see them in person, you can’t take your eyes off of them.I spent a great deal of time with my friend Bert, a working actor, a born showman and the only human I know who can put away three entrees, two appetizers and a dessert in one sitting and still be in amazing shape.Naturally, while you’re in the heart of Hollywood at the beginning of awards season it’s only natural to find the conversation moving towards the weird nature of celebrity in the 21st century.By making eye contact with the person they’re talking to, they’re heightening that connection, saying “I am giving you my full attention.” It’s worth noting that it’s like a snake at a particularly tasty hamster.They understand the value of strategic physical contact – a hand on the arm as you shake hands, or touching the forearm for emphasis, offering a high-five for emotional emphasis – and the need to deliberately break eye contact longer than is normally comfortable is a way of building sexual chemistry – the physical effects that come from holding eye contact that long mimic those from sexual arousal – and often get interpreted that way.It’s that je ne se quois – the mysterious factor that makes one person stand out and seem more attractive or even desirable that nobody can really put their finger on.