Ignore the message of this article and your life will be failed one. Your love life, social life, career and your success depend on it. One second or less and you are judged, - forever. This is the power of first impressions.
"When you are in charge of your first impression, you are the one in control of your destiny." -Max Noble
When you show yourself in the world and meet other people, you naturally stir up emotions. This is to be expected and do not fool yourself into thinking that others do not judge you. It is an ancient survival mechanism, rooted to the deepest parts of our brains and a very powerful one. You cannot use your life second-guessing others motives or nature. We trust our instincts immediately and the impressions we make are lasting ones.
In life it is foolish not to make best out this primary reaction that cannot be avoided. You need to learn how to master the art of first impressions.
You will start by learning how to do more precise first impression. Look at yourself at the mirror and ask if you send the right signals. You want to be thinking the best of you. Not George Clooney or Angelica Jolie. Do you have an aura of likability, trustworthiness and wisdom in your own way? If not, you must take an action. Not giving the best of you is brazenly stupid. Your mirror reflection is the lightning in the dark that people will see and not forget and you don’t want the lightning be shadowed by your gloominess or secondary deficiencies. We all do have them. The best of us just don’t care.
When you are in charge of your first impression, you are the one in control of your destiny. It is always better to make favorable imprint than to lower your standards. The more you are in control of your first impression, the more freedom you have. Your happiness and prosperity depend on it. Let the fools ignore the power of first impressions. You will never underestimate the power of first impression.
My name is Max Noble. I am an Adventurer, Connoisseur and Connector, and I commit acts of nobleness around the world. This was my first note about First Impressions.