Mastering Your First Impression
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How many times have you
heard the expression:
“You never get a second chance at a first impression?”
From the moment a person first meets you, they form strong assumptions
based solely on the way you look and present yourself.
I realize that this negates all of those wonderful things you have going
for you on the inside. But the reality is, my friend, a person meets the
outside first – THEN the inside…
In my experience, when a person first meets you, you will be slotted
into one of three categories:
1) Your impression is average (this is probably most of you). People
will not form a strong impression of you. There is potential for you to
be forgotten and fade into the crowd of everyone else. However, you are
deemed suitable for continued interaction. Hopefully you can make up for
lost ground in the long-run.
2) You make a negative impression. The person who you have just met
decides to keep communication with you at a minimum. It will be very
difficult, if not impossible, to build a relationship with this person.
3) You make strong first impression. Wherever you go, people take
notice. You are admired and looked upon as a valuable contact. At this
point, people will work for your attention.
walking into a room and meeting yourself for the first
time. Which category would you put yourself into?
If you’re not in that third category, you’re not doing enough. Why
We consistently meet guys who have great personalities and have a lot
going for them. These guys have a lot to offer women, but they simply
have no idea how to present that in a powerful, attractive way.
Mastering this would instantly help them feel better about themselves,
and would fill them with confidence…dramatically increasing their
likelihood of success!
First impressions are basically formed through three basic channels,
they are: clothing, body language, and vocal tonality. Do you want to
make good first impressions? Do you want women to notice you, approach
you, and even chase you?
Want to have a successful career and social life? If so, then pay
attention to these three things... and own the power of your first
The good news is that these three qualities are easily improved and you
can start working on them immediately.
The first thing to get a hold of is your style of dress and grooming.
This is one area where you can really hit the cover off the ball. Take a
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The second is body language. What does yours communicate about you?
Do you project power and confidence? Why not?
Keep your head held high, looking people in the eye at all times. Always
hold your gaze a second longer if you happen to make eye contact. Never
look down and away if someone addresses you or is the slightest bit
intimidating. This is a sign of weakness. Pay attention to this, and
eliminate this negative habit.
Can you even picture someone as dominant as Arnold Schwarzenegger or JFK
doing this? Not in a million years!
Another trait men like this have in common is all their movement is
deliberate and confident. You’d never see a powerful CEO making erratic
gestures like biting his nails, fidgeting, or using broad hand movements
to articulate his speech. Stay calm, cool, and collected.
Avoid doing these things: always placing your hands in your pockets,
constantly fixing your hair, tugging at your collar, checking your watch
every minute, and scratching.
Be precise, like a lab scientist when using body language. No
unnecessary or nervous movements.
Lastly, your voice:
Do you stutter in situations where there is the slightest bit of
pressure? Or do you project a manly, confident tone delivered slowly and
smoothly, instantly making people feel comfortable in your presence.
A weak voice is a certain sign of low self-esteem. Speak up and make
When making a first impression, remember to smile. This adds instant
charisma; projecting an aura that is friendly, confident and
approachable. With a smile on your face, even if it is forced, your
speech automatically takes on a friendly and warm tone. People are more
likely to want to talk to you if they sense they will be received well.
With the combination of improving these three small areas, you will be
well on your way to success.
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