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MINDSET SHIFT: EMPLOYEE TO ENTREPRENEUR

MINDSET SHIFT: EMPLOYEE TO ENTREPRENEUR
BY JAMES OH

Monday, May 3, 2010

HOW TO CREATE A GOOD IMPRESSION




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Happy day to everyone,
I am very pleased to see you here. Hope you are reaping benefits from reading the articles I have published from time to time, this is the impression you have given me which I am convinced with. 

In this connection, I would say that none of us can escape from others' evaluation and impression in our daily activities whether directly or indirectly. People tend to evaluate you especially when they meet you for the first time. Basically, they form an opinion about you based on your appearance, body language, demeanor, mannerisms, and how you are dressed as well. Therefore, it is clear that you are evaluated with every new encounter and another person’s impression of you is formed. These first impressions may be very difficult to reverse or undo, thus making  first encounters extremely important, for they will set the tone for the all the relationships that follows. So, to create a good first impression will help you to succeed in your social life or career.  This article will provide you some time-tested rules for helping you to have a good impression from others.

1. Be on Time

Punctuality is essential. Always remember that the person you are meeting, especially for the first time, is not interested in your excuse for being late. Plan to arrive early especially if you are unsure of the meeting venue. Allow some contingency for possible delays in traffic or taking a wrong turn. Prevention is better than cure. Therefore, arriving early is much better that arriving late. It is an undeniable first step in creating a great first impression. Similarly, you should never tolerate late arrivals and missed deadlines for yourself. Make it a habit and you will be rewarded.

2. Be Yourself, Be at Ease

Be yourself. If you are feeling uncomfortable, this too will make the other person ill at ease. On the other hand, if you are calm and confident, so the other person will feel more at ease. It is important to use your relaxation techniques to build a solid foundation so as to make that first impression a sound one. Make a point to be a good communicator, practise as much as possible so as to make it part of your habits. You must be aware of the fact that it is very difficult, if not impossible, to make something natural if you do not have enough practice. 

3. BEING TRUTHFUL

Truth establishes credibility. Needless to say that people prefer to deal with honest people. Most people can smell a lie, even if it's not exactly what they want to be hearing. So be wary of this crucial fact and do not make yourself a fool.

4. ATTENTIVE AND COURTEOUS

It goes without saying that good manners, polite, attentive and courteous behavior will help you make a good impression. We all know those people who talk always will not listen to what you are saying. We must show respect to others by listening to their talk. Any conversation should be two-sided interaction.

5. Be Positive

Your attitude reflects in everything you do. Project a positive attitude, even in the face of criticism or in the case of nervousness. Strive to learn from your meeting and to contribute appropriately, maintaining an upbeat manner and a smile because it is very natural for people to cling to positive attitude people.

6. Prepare Your Homework

Respect others. Do not waste people's time due to poor planning and thoughtlessness will certainly leave a bad impression. Do make it a point to do some research on those people in advance before you meet them for the first time. Flatter them if you know some good deeds they have done.

7. Project Key Points

Generally, you are only given a short span of time to make a good first impression. So it’s worth your effort to give each new encounter your best shot. What you need to do, to make a good impression is mainly common sense. However, with a little extra thought and preparation, you can hone your intuitive style and make every first impression a great one.

Now, I am sure you too are excited to share with us your experience on how you have earned good impression for yourself. Do not let yourself shy away and give yourself a try. I am eager to learn from you too.

Thank you in advance for your kind participation. I am always look forward to hearing from you,


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James Oh
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