First Impressions – People will make snap judgments as soon as they meet you

First Impressions   A growing body of research shows the snap judgments people make about others’ trustworthiness are wrong more often than most people think. These first impressions are formed in milliseconds, based on instinctive responses in the brain’s emotion-processing center, the amygdala. To help build trust, keep a pleasant, positive expression. Suddenly switching from a downbeat expression to a giant smile …