First Meeting Impressions

on February 7th, 2014 by - Comments Off on First Meeting Impressions

How to understand the essence of the person immediately at the first meeting with him – as a potential client, employer, business partner. This you can do this in two ways: Folk wisdom says that people meet on clothes, and escorted by the mind. The first method is based directly on your ear and the visual impression when you first approach the person. An enormous role to play in the first impression, so to speak, physical human contact – a handshake and a variant of the welcome embrace. And in fact, and if you can do smoi findings as well as directly to feel relevant to you.

This will give you a clue about this man, and give to understand the other person. Can give you an example: Suppose you are human, that is, is the first contact, and you're looking at him (her) mind to host a one of the images of animal – a tiger, sheep, rabbit, etc. These unconscious images that surfaced speculation, are important because they give a hint to you that people may have certain personality traits possessed by the animal in the imagination of people. Tiger – it's power, aggression, mind. Lamb – soft, phlegm and obstinacy, and the hare – a coward. If you practice this method, then soon enough you'll notice that you start being produced by sensitivity to other people. It is very desirable to have a little notebook in his record-keeping of his observations about people around you. This kind of writing is desirable to do in a relaxed and intimate setting, so that no one bothered to remember and easy to analyze their impressions.

When you learn more about the person, or hear about it from others, compare your first impressions of what you learned later. You will find that your observations are accurate, and you will improve your powers of observation on with practice. There are three types of first impressions that need attention: 1. the first time you see a person 2. you meet with a man 3. the first time you touch a person in a handshake. This method, very probably help quite accurately navigate the relationships between people, properly understood what was going on, and simply better understand their surroundings.

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