It only takes a few seconds for people to begin judging you after you meet for the first time. Those initial seconds can be the difference between getting a job, or not even getting a ‘thank you’ call. It can be the difference between a second date, or an ‘it’s not you, it’s me’ text message. With some proper advice, good body language, and commitment to using what you learn, you can make any person completely fall for you.
Step 1: “Hello, old friend.”
The first time you meet someone, imagine that they are someone who you used to consider a really good friend. This will cause a lot of subconscious reactions in your body, that includes everything from the softening of your eyebrows to the positioning of your toes. Your subconscious mind will automatically begin to give you a relaxed demeanor and good posture. Another benefit to pretending like they’re an old friend is that when you act as though you already like someone, you are more likely to actually start liking them. It’s like the old saying says: love begets love, like begets like, respect begets respect.
Find Step 2 on the next page.