People who are charismatic are usually quite popular. Many envy those who have charisma. But could it also be a double-edged sword? Charisma is a learned skill so anyone has the capability of making it happen. But when it does, will you be ready for it?
If you notice people who are charismatic, they are constantly surrounded by others. That is the nature of charisma. Many enjoy the attention. However, if people are always coming to you at work, for instance, how are you going to get your work done? Some may think it's a good problem to have, but it can become a nuisance if it happens too much.
People also spread the word about charismatic people. They will tell their friends and colleagues what great people they are. Those friends and colleagues will also try to get some time in with the charismatic people. These new people will also end up telling their friend and colleagues as well.
If you are charismatic, people are going to come to you for advice. They will rely on any advice you give. That may be okay if you are an expert in the subject that they asked about. But if you give the wrong advice and they take it, you could be helping them get into a situation that may not be good for them.
While people are responsible for their own actions, it doesn't help when someone with charisma gives advice. The advice is likely going to be acted upon. The charismatic person sometimes revels in the title of advice giver, even if the advice is not useful.
Your home life may be affected by your increased charisma. You may find that more people are calling on you to join them in various activities, like joining the softball league or coaching kids' soccer games. These may all be activities you wanted to get involved with but there will be increasing opportunities coming to you. Those days of relaxing on Sundays are gone!
For the most part, being charismatic is a good quality and one that most people would love to incorporate into their life. It may even put you into a significant leadership role along with a promotion. But be ready for the changes that happen and try to keep grounded in what it's going to mean for others as well as the impact it may have on you and your family.