Have you ever had the experience of “being with someone for the first time, just moving on it” or “wantly trembled inside and want to marry someone?” If there is, then you are definitely not alone.
In many things, the “first impression” is crucial. How important is the “first impression” when deciding whether someone is suitable to be a partner?
Is it up to the “first impression” to be associated with someone?
In response to this, an editorial office in Japan conducted an investigation into the topic of “the first impression” of 1589 women and men between the ages of 20 and 60 in Japan. The results show…
Most young people think that it has nothing to do with the “first impression”! At the same time, with age, both men and women have a positive opinion of more than 4 adults after the age of 50. Is this because young people don’t even believe in fate?
Let’s take a look at what people think of “whether or not you are related to someone who is determined by the “first impression.”
The first impression is crucial
I don’t think it’s just a lover, even friends and work are all determined by the first impression. In fact, I have also experienced the experience of being influenced by the first impression. (40 years old, male business)
Within a few seconds of the initial meeting, I can’t help but assume what kind of person the other person is. (30 years old male sales)
It seems that these people have had personal experience in this regard. But then again, what is the first impression?
What is the first impression?
The so-called first impression is the initial feeling and impression left when people are waiting for things.
Maybe you will ask: Can you decide your first impression within a few seconds? Although some people think that as little as 0.6 seconds, some people think that it is as much as 10 seconds, but most people think it is “3 to 5 seconds.”
In such a short period of time, people will judge others from the aspects of “appearance”, “atmosphere”, “sound”, “talking content” and “temperament”.
Among them, the weight of “visual” accounts for about 50%. In other words, people who look good are more likely to be welcomed.
Finally, let’s summarize the main points that make a good impression on others.
5 key points to make a good impression on others
Atmosphere: Although its appearance is difficult to change, the atmosphere can be artificial. Wearing a clean, sleek look while leaving a hearty hairstyle creates a refreshing ambience.
Smiley: The most important thing is of course the smile. The smiles that meet people meet with each other, making it easier to make a good impression on others.
Posture: If the posture is not good, it is easy for others to think that you are not motivated. Only by maintaining a correct posture can you leave a positive impression on others.
Sight: Not looking at people will make others feel a little scared, but it will scare others if they look at them for too long. So the time of sighting is just right.
Tone: Although the sound can’t be changed, everyone can switch freely. When I meet people, my tone also has to pay attention to the strain.