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Step By Step Guide In Making A Good Impression

Updated on September 20, 2015

Here's what you need to know: You need to improve your personality more. Why? Probably you are no longer interesting to others. But how will you do that? You can start building friendship or improve how you portray yourself to them.


Show a positive impression of your personality. It is easy as long as someone will guide you in the process. So, let’s dive in the details now.


1. Be gentle and kind.

Don’t provoke an argument. Try to let them agree to your opinion without exerting too much effort in arguing with them. If you think that your opinion is right, find a way to make them agree. Show the examples or real life stories that they can relate to.


2. Think fast and act quickly.

If the situation requires your immediate action, if you know what to do, then do it. Do not wait for their instruction. If in case your boss asks you if you know something about a certain job, do not directly say: "I don’t know". Instead, say to them to give you a few minutes and you will look for a solution on what you require.


Because if you say: "I don’t know", you are showing them that you are lazy to find for a solution.


3. Be aware of your clothing.

Every time you go in the office, remember to wear appropriate clothes that are applicable in different occasion. How you wear clothes and how you present yourself when you’re talking to them, gives them an impression about your character.


While you are at it, polish your shoes. It is better to wear a clean shoes than a dirty shoes. It compliments your clothes, especially if it’s clean.


4. Your pen is one of the important tools.

A good or even high quality pen makes writing fun. It shows your readiness and your serious attitude towards work.


5. Don’t be late.

Punctuality is the most important aspect of our attitude. Whatever you do, in your profession, punctuality is necessary.


All of this is actionable. Just remember to implement it to yourself. If you can be the hiring manager’s friend, then do it. Be cautious on what you wear. It can harm your career if you are misjudged by the way you apply for the job.


If you can make it happen, then you are on the right track in making a good impression.


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