Think of a person you know who really has it together - they're successful, fun to be around, and seem confident in who they are. That kind of person claims their power, and shows up big. That's what makes them magnetic - the kind of person people feel drawn to.
I think of my friend Linda - she always seems calm and centered. When I'm with her I immediately slow down - I know that she takes time to consider what she says, so I do, too. I also feel a great love from her - she loves herself and emanates that to everyone around her. She's a role model for me.
A coach once told me that the things that I'm attracted to in other people are qualities that I have myself. That idea stunned me at first, but of course it's true. I'm drawn to that quality in Linda that makes me feel like I'm the only other person in the room when I'm with her. That she's giving me her undivided attention and couldn't be happier to do so.
Is that a superpower? I think so. For me to claim that power in myself means that I have to focus. Turn off the spinning that goes around in my head all the time and be present right now. It's about being in that quiet, safe place I go in meditation. Nothing else enters my world except that connection with the person I'm with.
See: Unleash Your Superpowers class