You only get one shot to make a first impression, and less than 30 seconds to impress someone. You've got a lot of pack into those precious few seconds to make your impression a positive one. How do you make your first impression a great one?
When you’re nervous, it shows in the way you’re standing or what you’re doing with your hands. The same goes for when you’re confident. Standing tall and making eye contact shows confidence.
If you need a quick boost of confidence, take a power pose. One great power pose is the wonder woman – your hands on your hips, legs out in a V shape, shoulders and back straight, and chin slightly up.
There is no doubt you've heard the adage that you never get a second chance to make a good first impression. What many people don't realize is just how important a first impression can be. As a rule, people judge others within the first 3 to 5 seconds of meeting them.
First impressions are everything. The science proves it: you only get one chance to make a good impression so you have to make it count. In this video, I want to teach you eight science-backed strategies to making an incredible, lasting, captivating first impression. How did I just do on mine?