The Art of First Impressions: How to Make New Relationships Great

Our parents may have told us, “Don’t judge a book by its cover,” but the truth is that you never get a second chance to make a first impression. Judgments can be formed in as little as three seconds; use that time to “wow!” them.
Universal Truths
Whether you’re heading to an interview for the job of a lifetime or preparing for a first date, there are some things that all first impressions have in common.
First, make eye contact; it shows you’re paying attention. Maintaining eye contact throughout the conversation is a sign of respect.
Next, smile; it conveys trust and sincerity. You can also convey positive body language by sitting up straight and holding your head up to look comfortable and confident….

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