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Jack of all trades in a small development shop.


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accepted What is a word to describe one's force of personality
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comment What is a word to describe one's force of personality
Charisma is of course pretty common, +1; Presence is my fallback, as stated in my question. Glamour... I just have a tough time applying that term to a 9-foot troll warrior.
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comment What is a word to describe one's force of personality
These terms imply to me an effect that has already been expressed, as opposed to the potential to exert such effects. Influence is quite close, though, and the provided definition disagrees with my perception; keeping it in mind.
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comment Is there a single word to describe the belief that one's actions can affect unrelated outcomes
I understand karma to mean precisely the opposite. Karma is about the consequences of your actions and choices, that if you live by the sword you are likely to die by it; that if you act with compassion and kindness you are likely to experience situations that arise from such acts, and so on.
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revised What is a word to describe one's force of personality
example context
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comment What is a word to describe one's force of personality
Something like that. I need to phrase it as a noun, though. Perhaps 'persuasiveness', though that would be a little clunky in my intended context.
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comment Can one meet criteria, or satisfy requirements?
I was unaware of that resource. Thanks for the answer.
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answered The real tense of “I'm going to be talking about”
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revised Is “relatively big compared to” redundant?
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answered Is “relatively big compared to” redundant?
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