yeah, thats what interests me a lot.
as im just psychology student discovering self tracking as a tool which might be helpful in couching, psychotherapy, personal development etc, i dont know what aims you exactly have here. nevertheless, from my point of view you it would be very difficult to distinguish the influence of the mood and of the percieved charisma to your charisma-estimation. and as you dont have records of your real mood (but only the estimations), you cannot fully clear it up statistically - and than i would have no use for such a result, because i cannot see a way how to use it as a predictor for, say, work efficiency. thus, i would rather use just the mood variable (including all the charismas, selfesteems etc), maybe resulting in a statement that i feel better after self-esteem improving activities, not to be dealing with the poorly defined self-esteem values.
well, dont think i expressed what i mean understandably so one more trial:)
if i answer some self-esteem questions i get something undefined, more or less self-esteem-like. and i can correlate it with the variables which interest me (as the mood and work-efficiency). so, unless im interested exacly in the subjectively perceived self-esteem, i will got some result about coincidence of some activities with self-esteem estimations, which furthermore correlate with the variables of quality of my life. so i would bring to the "reserach:)" much more bias with additional variable than while seeking for coincidences straightly between the activities and ultimate variables.
so, i would rather stay with very simple measurement of mood which would be more precise. from the results i can later say, ok, as i feel better after meeting with people adoring me like a God, the self-esteem really matters. but, in this case, i can easily define the self-esteem as result of those activities where i meet my very adorants and escape possible problems like
1. cool clothes increases my self-esteem, but dont affect my work efficiency
2. sunny weather increase both, work efficiency and self-esteem (as sings SoKo, "people always look better in the sun" )
3. thus, there seems to be a positive relationship between clothes and efficiency, since both correlates with self-esteem - but actually is not.
4. even if i clear this up from the weather influence, there will (i guess always) be some underlying factors i cannot deal with.