Some people are drawn to the charismatic types. Their very presence lights up the room and the whole energy of their environment changes when they come on the scene. These are the types who have a very general appeal and are perhaps the first ones that come to mind when we think of the word "charming." That being said, some people find those oozing with charisma to simply be too full of themselves and far too extroverted for their taste.
Maybe you're the kind of person who is more quiet and nice. Your unassuming and kind demeanor may not get as much attention as the gregarious types, but the authentic way that you care for others could definitely be seen as a charming and highly attractive quality.
Perhaps you are the one who always finds the smile and the laughter in any situation. If you can lighten a heavy moment or cheer someone up with a joke, your sense of humor might just be your most charming characteristic.
Alternatively, maybe you're a teacher at heart, someone who is drawn to passing on the wisdom and lessons of your life to the next generation. Your drive and determination to empower others may not fit a traditional concept of "charming," but this quality can definitely draw people to you.
Let's find out which of your characteristics acts like the Pied Piper's melody.