How to Make A Good First Impression
By paying attention to your body language, make your people's first impression of you a positive one.
I knew the moment I laid eyes on him that the boy was going to be trouble.
- A random fifth grade teacher
Dan gets home from work at 5:20 every afternoon. This afternoon, his sixteen year old daughter Katelyn is waiting anxiously for him. She'd just found the perfect prom dress, but needed to borrow $50 from her father in order to afford it. As he pulls into the driveway, she watches from the window. Dan gets out of the car slowly and trudges up the driveway. His shoulders are slumped and his head is down. There are furrowed lines across his forehead, and his lips are pressed together tightly. He pauses before he gets to the door, his frown deepening as he bends to pick up a skateboard in the walkway and tosses it to the side. By the time he reaches the porch, Katelyn has already decided that this is not the best time to ask her dad for a loan.