Jan. 27, 2017
Most of us are taught from an early age not to be judgemental of others, and to let everyone live their own lives without our judgement. But the truth is that we all make split-second judgements about everyone we meet, the second we lay eyes on them. It’s simply human nature, and this immediate judgement is necessary in order for us to make sense of the world around us.
But knowing this trait about humans, it’s important that we realize this, and consciously make an effort to optimize that initial judgement being made of us, through our look, our mannerisms, our language, speech patterns, and more.
This episode is about the 5 ways I (and most people) make split-second judgements about people I see, and, as a consequence, what you can do to make that initial impression of you stronger, and what you want it to be.
Because people will always make split-second judgements about you, be careful to think about and engineer what that split-second judgement will be
The Personal Image System (Master-Level Course on men’s style)