‘First impression is usually the last impression’ is what they say. Well, there’s no denying the fact that first impressions leave a long-lasting impact on the minds of people you meet – whether it is at a job interview, a prospective business client or an investor or even when you are on a first date. First impressions are usually quick and powerful and hence, it might be a little difficult to change a bad first impression.
However, it's not impossible. It just takes a little extra effort from your end to revoke a bad impression. But first you need to identify whether the effort is worth it or not. Sometimes, it just happens that two mindsets are not inclined towards the same direction and sometimes it’s just not worth it.
So, if you feel there is a bad first impression that you want to rectify and bounce back, here is what you should keep in mind while you are at it: