First Impressions, Really That Important?
8 jul 15 @ 9:46 pm edt
The most misunderstood step in the sales process, 'The
Meet & Greet'
Maybe you heard that you never get a second chance to make a first impression. Maybe you have
heard it takes 60 or 20 seconds to make a lasting impression. Well got news for you. A series of experiments from a couple
of psychologist reveal that all it takes is a tenth of a second to form an impression of a stranger from their face, and that
longer exposures don't really alter those impressions. This concept was first presented in Psychological Science under an
article called "First Impressions."
Link on the
above picture to view the short cut to a great 'Meet and Greet'.
16 jun 15 @ 8:45 pm edt
We have been told decisions are made based on logic.
But maybe we have been wired to make snapped decisions such as love at first sight, trusting someone at first glance, or having
that gut feeling. How many times do we say "I should of trusted my instincts".
Psychologists have a name for this ability to make snapped decisions. To learn more about
this and why this plays such a huge part in making that first impression, click on the above link.
Each of us can control how others see us, but to do this
we must know the workings of the mind and why we make these decisions in the first place.
Just click on the above picture