Before you started in the freight business, you likely spent days researching how to prepare for the perfect interview. You read about what to wear, prepared for specific questions, brushed up on your incoterms, came with a printed copy of your resume on perfumed paper…and then you read the same article that everyone else has read too. Make a good first impression.
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- The University of Illinois says that your first impressions is 55% about your appearance, 38% your tone of voice and 7% your content. 7% percent!
- Research at New York University (NYU) discovered that accurate and persistent evaluations are created after less than thirty seconds!
- Not to be beaten, researchers at Princeton University found that exposure to a face for even a tenth of a second is enough for people to make inferences about a person’s character.
- Made a bad impressions? You may be stuck with it. The University of Western Ontario discovered that if you make a bad impressions, positive impressions in following encounters will be perceived to be exceptions rather than the rule.