That’s all the time you have in which to make a good first impression. During that brief timeframe, we create an indelible impression of ourselves.
Alright, so that research is person-centred. But fortunately for people, we can rectify a bad first impression with meaningful conversation, gratitude and compliments on the second meeting.
Christmas is coming, the geese are getting fat…you won’t sell your house while it looks like that!
While the whimsy of festive folk songs may conjure images of capering ruddy-cheeked children, of twinkling tree lights framed behind snow-frosted latticework and of plump, steaming turkey breasts, dripping in trimmings and set on grand dining tables just ready to be carved; the reality is a little more Dickensian fact than fiction.
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