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Bad first impression 'hard to change'

Melbourne, Mar. 28 : To change a bad first impression into a good one is possible but very difficult, an etiquette expert has said.


According to Anna Musson, first impressions were hard to change as people's senses go into overdrive when they first meet someone, News.com.au reported.

She said that people like to think that they are right and once they have made up their mind about a person they need to be persuaded otherwise.

Musson asserted that to undo a bad first impression takes "at best hours, at worst years."

She said that if initial assessment is that the person is shady, he/she will have to work to really show their integrity, honesty, authenticity, hard work - and actually produce what you say they will.

--ANI (Posted on 28-03-2013)

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