They are very important. You don't get a second chance to make a first impression.
And many will not give you a chance to prove yourself. But if you realize you screwed up you should give it a try by talking to the other person as quickly as possible.
Fairly important, but better to get to know the person. Like the saying goes can't tell much from judging a book by its cover, you have to look inside and read it.
I think it really depends on what the impression is relating to in the process. If its a bad impression, under certain circumstances, it could be the last chance one has at what they are attempting....if its a date, that's one thing; if it's the job of a lifetime, then the consequences are far more serious. I think the best advice to apply is to treat every situation as if first impressions matter, if they don't, then you have really lost nothing in the process. WB
They are very important. Nobody forgets the first impression when they meet someone
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