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In this video men's style, grooming, fitness and lifestyle expert, Aaron Marino of http://www.iamalpham.com http://www.peteandpedro.com http://www.aaronmarino.com, talks about 5 ways to make a great first impression. We only get one chance to make it so make your first impression not only count... make it KICKASS!
In the first 10 seconds of meeting someone new, they are forming subconscious opinion about you. First impressions are so vital! Aaron Marino of alpha m. says that a good first impression makes 'easy sailing' because these people have already given you value. Unfortunately, some characteristics you can't change which isn't fair. But the good news, there are areas we can change and develop.
Make a Kickass Impression
1. Appearance - dress with purpose all the time! You never know when you're going to meet 'that' person.
2. Body language - non verbal communication and how you carry yourself is critical and essential to that first impression.
3. Verbal - speak in a manner that is deserving and commanding respect. Avoid filler words.
4. Non verbal - be an active listener by being engaged
5. Give compliments - people like you more if you give compliments
Question: Whenever I meet someone, whether I'm attracted or not (in the case of women) I always shake their hand. Is that communicating a lack of romantic interest with people I am attracted to? Idk if I'm sabotaging myself unintentionally
I once heard you should dress everyday like you're about to meet the love of your life, so I started doing that a few months ago, but my wife noticed and asked why I was dressing up so nice all the time, so I told her, yeah that didn't go so well. Lol
Heyy alpha... I have a Stammering problem....whenever I speak to someone sometimes I speak too fast that people don't understand my words nd when I try n speak abit slow then I start stammering....I request u to plz make a video on how to talk to people if u have a stammering problem
the first things people see in you is height, skin tone and age (they automatically try to estimate how old you are in a part of a second), or how you look abit like your sister if it's a girl who is your sister's friend, all that before you utter a single word..oh and if you wear glasses, they instantly assume you're a nerd.
I love your full steam ahead approach. You go straight to the point. ButI find it exhausting to constantly worry about other people's opinion if me. I dont want others to except me as a fashion model. Just a normal fun personal
What is the point of making a good impression if you're going to kill it with the second?
After they realize the amount of verbal diarrhea that ornamented the first impression, they won't wanna stick around for a second whiff.
Who the hell hates short dudes? If anything its the other way around. I am 6 ft 9 and the amount of insecurity it tends to bring up with men is astonishing! On the other hand its a great filter so you can tell who is confident in their skin and who feels challenged by this. Also working for a short boss is mostly a big a no-no.
One of my best friends is like 5 ft 6 and he is a great and inspirational character. Honestly I have a huge respect for confident (not compensating) short dudes because yeah, it IS a social obstacle, no need to hate on the tall guys though. I don't hate on jacked, muscular dudes, I admire them.
Depends on the girl, and depends on how awkward you where.
What worked for me back when I was awkward was by knowing what went wrong, work on myself and not think about the girl. If she likes the "new" you, she'll give you another chance.
Realized where my problem to tackle was when I had to rewind and rewatch the part about being an active listener. Almost a bit embarrassing. But the videos a so great at making you see those things in yourself.
i once had a new boss and she didn't like me at all right from the start. after some time we were able to come along with each other and she told me, that she didn't like me because of my moustache. she thought that i'm arrogant and cocky because her former husband had also such a moustache and was like that. just my 2 cents about why maybe people don't like others.....
Be yourself - Don't listen to these salesmen / self confessed "Masters" of psychology. Just be yourself. Understand this - If someone wants to employ you, they will employ you, If they don't, they will not. If you do have to apply psychology before you go into an interview, convince yourself of this fact..... 1) I like these people and 2) They like me.
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