Take care of your appearance. 50% of the judgment at first glance is based on physical appearance (hair color, eyes, clothing, style, body language), 40% on voice and 10% on the content of the dialogue.
A good physical appearance is very important, which is why you must get to know yourself well on a physical level, but also on an inner level, to achieve a balance that will allow you to give a positive image of yourself.
Presentation. The way you talk about yourself or present yourself is vital to make a good impression. It is you yourself who will allow others to admire or devalue you, to ignore you. The best thing is not to go to extremes, that is, not to be too self-effacing and self-confident, but realistic and confident.
Be kind or sympathetic. Treat the people in front of you well and be empathetic: really try to understand them and establish a positive relationship.
Inspire confidence. Pay attention to what others say to you and show interest in them.
Avoid dominating the situation. Avoid being defensive or overly superior, as this can be harmful to you and make your relationship with others more difficult, making others feel uncomfortable with you.
When a person tries to make a certain impression and doesn’t succeed, there is a difference between how they perceive themselves and how others perceive them. When this is the case, it is important to undertake work on self-esteem and identity to determine if there is a consistency between how the person feels and sees themselves and how others see them.
To make a good impression and establish a positive relationship with others, connect with yourself, with your inner world and with who you are, because if you know yourself well, you will project a much clearer, empathetic and conflict-free image of yourself – concludes an expert.