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You can't fight science and change neural signals generated by peoples' primitive brains that tell them whether they instantly like you, fear you, or just aren't sure about you. However, you can consciously manage the verbal and visual cues you send upon a first meeting that can turn the tide in your favour. Here's how.
It may not be fair, but the second you meet someone new, they start judging you. In the infographic below by Business Insider, we discover the eight things people automatically assume when they meet...
Did you know that it takes just one-tenth of a second to make a first impression? It's true. So that just goes to show: Making a good first impression is super important, because you only really get one crack at it. To help you make all of your first impressions at KarMingle events first class, we've prepared a top five list of things you can do: