How to Make a Great First Impression – Use Your Intelligence to Its Fullest!

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If you really want to give a good first impression you should have something novel to say.  And if you have something really new and interesting to say then it is often a little bit annoying. So if you want to give a good first impression – be generous and be authentic and use a good body language, and look the person you are talking to in the eyes.

But if you want to make a very good first impression – and if you are willing to take the risk – use your intelligence to its fullest, and introduce something inventive and new into the conversation!



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18 thoughts on “How to Make a Great First Impression – Use Your Intelligence to Its Fullest!

  1. Totally agree with you. First impressions really are the most important. If someone is writing an article and its not organized well enough, will leave a different impression on readers mind.

  2. I love this! So many times I’m afraid to come off as overly intelligent around certain people just because I’m intimidated. I need to start taking more risk and saying what I want.

  3. First impressions can last a lifetime. I’ve learnt over time the importance of being confident and polite when meeting people for the first time! I think it is something like the first ten seconds they make a judgement on who you are, which is incredible!

  4. There’s nothing like giving a good first impression:) no matter what happens later you can never get that moment back 🙂

  5. I think that being humble is also very important in making a first impression. And also don’t forget to smile!

  6. What great tips for making a good first impression! We learned similar tips in my MBA program – eye contact and being yourself are key factors!

  7. This is true! Being authentic will go a long way. I am always shy with new people but I know I need to change that.

  8. So very true! To make a good first impression, it is not only important to engage the other person with your body language and other evidences of genuine interest, but also offer something memorable. The other things might fade with time, but interesting memories linger on for a longer while.

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