We can’t choose our neighbors and we can’t make a living selling to our friends. We don’t have the luxury of choosing our colleagues, our managers, our clients or counterparts in other companies.
We can’t pick our teachers either, or our students, our patients, our bosses, the people serving us in public places or the those who interview us for jobs.
Learning how to connect and communicate face-to-face with all sorts of people is crucial if we want to make the most of our lives and feel good in the process. The value of being able to turn first impressions into lasting relationships is almost immeasurable. The rewards for making deep, meaningful, human connections? Incalculable.
Fortunately the ABCs of first impressions: Attitude, Body Language, Conversation and Communication, are skills, and they can be learned and perfected by anyone – faster than you might think.
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