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Survey: Average Person Forms A First Impression In Just 27 Seconds!

NEW YORK — You better have your introduction down to a speedy art on that next blind date or job interview. A recent survey finds you only have about 27 seconds to make a good first impression on someone new.

In fact, the survey of 2,000 Americans revealed that seven out of ten people say they decide how they feel about new people before the person even says a word. The study, commissioned by Dollar Shave Club, sought to find out what assumptions we make when meeting someone new, why we make those assumptions, and how fast it takes us to judge a new book by its cover.

Speaking of dating, three in five respondents said they make first impression judgments on dates much faster on average than they would in other social situations. What’s more, the average respondent believes that they know just 15 minutes into a first date whether they want to go on a second date and 20 minutes in whether or not they want to go home with someone. Similarly, researchers found the average person claims they’d end a date after 16 minutes if it was going poorly.

But first impressions don’t just happen upon first meeting. Two-thirds of respondents believe it’s a good idea to Google your date before you actually spend time with them

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https://www.studyfinds.org/survey-first-...7-seconds/

Fringe Members took this poll too...they were at 6 seconds.... Chuckle
(12-28-2018, 04:05 PM)Wingsprint Wrote: [ -> ]Survey: Average Person Forms A First Impression In Just 27 Seconds!

NEW YORK — You better have your introduction down to a speedy art on that next blind date or job interview. A recent survey finds you only have about 27 seconds to make a good first impression on someone new.

In fact, the survey of 2,000 Americans revealed that seven out of ten people say they decide how they feel about new people before the person even says a word. The study, commissioned by Dollar Shave Club, sought to find out what assumptions we make when meeting someone new, why we make those assumptions, and how fast it takes us to judge a new book by its cover.

Speaking of dating, three in five respondents said they make first impression judgments on dates much faster on average than they would in other social situations. What’s more, the average respondent believes that they know just 15 minutes into a first date whether they want to go on a second date and 20 minutes in whether or not they want to go home with someone. Similarly, researchers found the average person claims they’d end a date after 16 minutes if it was going poorly.

But first impressions don’t just happen upon first meeting. Two-thirds of respondents believe it’s a good idea to Google your date before you actually spend time with them

more

https://www.studyfinds.org/survey-first-...7-seconds/

Fringe Members took this poll too...they were at 6 seconds.... Chuckle

For many seeking jobs in my kind of work, impressions are often (now more than ever) made in a shorter time than 27 seconds. And, without one glimpse at the job seeker.
They are late for the interview. Someone who's appearance is a bit scuffled that shows up on time, has a great advantage over a well preened applicant who is 15 minutes to 1 hour or more late.

Showing up on time means, waiting at the door at opening time. Or, inside the building drinking coffee, waiting for me.

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(12-28-2018, 05:29 PM)MaximalGravity Wrote: [ -> ]
(12-28-2018, 04:05 PM)Wingsprint Wrote: [ -> ]Survey: Average Person Forms A First Impression In Just 27 Seconds!

NEW YORK — You better have your introduction down to a speedy art on that next blind date or job interview. A recent survey finds you only have about 27 seconds to make a good first impression on someone new.

In fact, the survey of 2,000 Americans revealed that seven out of ten people say they decide how they feel about new people before the person even says a word. The study, commissioned by Dollar Shave Club, sought to find out what assumptions we make when meeting someone new, why we make those assumptions, and how fast it takes us to judge a new book by its cover.

Speaking of dating, three in five respondents said they make first impression judgments on dates much faster on average than they would in other social situations. What’s more, the average respondent believes that they know just 15 minutes into a first date whether they want to go on a second date and 20 minutes in whether or not they want to go home with someone. Similarly, researchers found the average person claims they’d end a date after 16 minutes if it was going poorly.

But first impressions don’t just happen upon first meeting. Two-thirds of respondents believe it’s a good idea to Google your date before you actually spend time with them

more

https://www.studyfinds.org/survey-first-...7-seconds/

Fringe Members took this poll too...they were at 6 seconds.... Chuckle

For many seeking jobs in my kind of work, impressions are often (now more than ever) made in a shorter time than 27 seconds. And, without one glimpse at the job seeker.
They are late for the interview. Someone who's appearance is a bit scuffled that shows up on time, has a great advantage over a well preened applicant who is 15 minutes to 1 hour or more late.

I'm guessing you would have hired THIS Santa based on his appearance in that photo IF he showed up on time to the interview.

https://abcnews.go.com/US/walmart-santa-...d=60024681
true enough
Yeah3





Lmao

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Andy is back in the Conan?
Is the poop-on it dog still there too?
(12-28-2018, 04:05 PM)Wingsprint Wrote: [ -> ]Survey: Average Person Forms A First Impression In Just 27 Seconds!

NEW YORK — You better have your introduction down to a speedy art on that next blind date or job interview. A recent survey finds you only have about 27 seconds to make a good first impression on someone new.

In fact, the survey of 2,000 Americans revealed that seven out of ten people say they decide how they feel about new people before the person even says a word. The study, commissioned by Dollar Shave Club, sought to find out what assumptions we make when meeting someone new, why we make those assumptions, and how fast it takes us to judge a new book by its cover.

Speaking of dating, three in five respondents said they make first impression judgments on dates much faster on average than they would in other social situations. What’s more, the average respondent believes that they know just 15 minutes into a first date whether they want to go on a second date and 20 minutes in whether or not they want to go home with someone. Similarly, researchers found the average person claims they’d end a date after 16 minutes if it was going poorly.

But first impressions don’t just happen upon first meeting. Two-thirds of respondents believe it’s a good idea to Google your date before you actually spend time with them

more

https://www.studyfinds.org/survey-first-...7-seconds/

Fringe Members took this poll too...they were at 6 seconds.... Chuckle

I`m gonna disagree, gotta get them off the smart/stupid phone long enough to see who`s in question...Might not happen at all with Mills and Progs...
(12-28-2018, 06:43 PM)Hazmat Wrote: [ -> ]
(12-28-2018, 04:05 PM)Wingsprint Wrote: [ -> ]Survey: Average Person Forms A First Impression In Just 27 Seconds!

NEW YORK — You better have your introduction down to a speedy art on that next blind date or job interview. A recent survey finds you only have about 27 seconds to make a good first impression on someone new.

In fact, the survey of 2,000 Americans revealed that seven out of ten people say they decide how they feel about new people before the person even says a word. The study, commissioned by Dollar Shave Club, sought to find out what assumptions we make when meeting someone new, why we make those assumptions, and how fast it takes us to judge a new book by its cover.

Speaking of dating, three in five respondents said they make first impression judgments on dates much faster on average than they would in other social situations. What’s more, the average respondent believes that they know just 15 minutes into a first date whether they want to go on a second date and 20 minutes in whether or not they want to go home with someone. Similarly, researchers found the average person claims they’d end a date after 16 minutes if it was going poorly.

But first impressions don’t just happen upon first meeting. Two-thirds of respondents believe it’s a good idea to Google your date before you actually spend time with them

more

https://www.studyfinds.org/survey-first-...7-seconds/

Fringe Members took this poll too...they were at 6 seconds.... Chuckle

I`m gonna disagree, gotta get them off the smart/stupid phone long enough to see who`s in question...Might not happen at all with Mills and Progs...

Fringe Members took this poll too...they were at 6 seconds.... Chuckle

Fringers are ahead of every curve....
I was just going to say 5 seconds or less.. Lol