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That Potential Client Is Judging You So Focus on Making a Good First Impression

February 12, 2018

No, thin-slicing isn’t a phrase to describe the way you cut a loaf of bread; it’s a term that denotes what we do upon first meeting people. According to Oregon State University professor Frank Bernieri, people make immediate judgments about others from observing only mere seconds — aka a “thin slice of” — their behavior.

“From the evidence gleaned in not much more than a few glances, we decide whether we like another person, whether they’re trying to flirt with us, whether they’re friend or foe,” Bernieri suggests in a Guardian article.

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