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How to make a great second impression on a girl?

How to make a great second impression on a girl? Topic: How to write a note on facebook
July 15, 2019 / By Hunter
Question: Ok well. I'm in university and I think I have a crush on this girl in my lecture. The thing is, she added me on facebook before school started and she sat beside me in class without formally meeting each other or talking before. I didn't really know what to say so I just commented on her notes. I didn't know how to bring up that I already kinda knew her since she was on my facebook friends so it was difficult for me to introduce myself and ask her name cause I already knew her name lol. How the hell am I gonna introduce myself without feeling awkward if she comes and sits beside me again?
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Edwina Edwina | 3 days ago
Im guessing were about the same age, I just started college. DONT creep her out and be like "Oh hey kelly, you added me on facebook this summer, do you know who I am?" She will think you've been stalking her pictures ever since she added you. Just introduce yourself, or ask her name. When she tells you, be like "oh I think you added me on Facebook," She will probably recognize you. Or, if you must, say "Hey you look really familiar, are you (Insert name here)? I think were friends on Facebook!" Personally, I think facebook is stupid, I have one ( I check it but I dont post to it, unless others write on my wall, etc.) so, I wouldnt even mention FB, but because she's the kindof person who would add a bunch of strangers shes never met because they go to the same college, I dont think it would hurt.
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Edwina Originally Answered: How does a guy make a good impression on a girl without confidence and humor?
Whatever you already have is the best place to start from. If your clever use that, help her with homework, impress with knowledge. Be caring, listen, girls love that. Really we are looking for a guy who is human. You don't have to be magnificent. doing small favours for he will make her feel special too. Little things like opening doors, compliments, carrying heavy things for her. Just be yourself. Your bound to find someone good luck
Edwina Originally Answered: How does a guy make a good impression on a girl without confidence and humor?
Always make eye contact, and give a genuine smile. If there is one way to put yourself in a girls mind, and have her constantly wonder about you, it's to look directly at her and smile big like she's the best thing you've seen all day. You don't have to have confidence to do what a confident guy does. It's only when you are too scared to approach a girl or say something to her that a lack of confidence shows. So initiate a conversation. Even if you turn red, she will think it is cute, not a sign of your lack of confidence (after all, you were the one who just said hi and asked how things were going). Humor is good. But sincerity is better. The funny guy might get girls attention, but unless he has more to offer, she'll laugh at the joke and move on. If you're a nice guy, and you act like yourself, the good humor will develop later
Edwina Originally Answered: How does a guy make a good impression on a girl without confidence and humor?
A confident vibe is always good, don't be cocky . be respectful , like if your at a bar you offer to buy her a drink, you open the door for her , I will tell you how to be the perfect man , many men don't listen though,,,honor the women in your life and they will honor you , this means trust and respect also. You will need us for the rest of your life, we make you fathers and husbands. You are on the right track because you asked how do "I" impress a girl, girls should not be out trying to impress men , we are the prize , you are the men the protectors the hunters , the world needs to go back to the way it is supposed to be Men being men not wimpy little turds, sorry that was a bit of a rant but really as long as you are your wonderful self and are respectful you will have no problem impressing the girl you like. best of luck my friend don't take my words above as an offense to men I just wish there were more Good men out there.

Charley Charley
Henry, ask a girl out, disarm her with your engaging smile, and then tell her to choose a great date! Then be onboard! Bring a nice gift to give her each time you date her. treat her well and who knows!
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Charley Originally Answered: How do I make a good first impression when turning in my job application? Or interview?
When interviewing for employment you could be thinking that if you are the candidate with the best answers to interview questions, you'll get the job. In fact, that isn't typically the case. CollegeJournal reports that, according to some studies, "Body language comprises 55% of the force of any response, whereas the verbal content only provides 7%, and paralanguage, or the intonation -- pauses and sighs given when answering -- represents 38% of the emphasis." As you can see, nonverbal communication is as important, or even more important than, verbal communication. The evaluation of your nonverbal communication will start as soon as you walk into the company's lobby and continue until the interview is finished. --------------------------------------... Nonverbal Communication Matters --------------------------------------... If you come to an interview reeking of cigarette smoke or chewing gum, you will already have one strike against you. Too much perfume or not enough deodorant won't help either. Not being dressed appropriately or having scuffed shoes will give you a second strike. Talking on your cell phone or listening to an iPod while waiting to be called for the interview may be your final strike. What's important, when interviewing, is to appear professional and attentive throughout the interview process. Before you leave for the interview, make sure you are dressed professionally, neatly groomed, your shoes are polished, and you haven't overdone (none is better than too much) the perfume or aftershave. There's more than one hiring manager who won't hire someone they can smell (good or bad) before they meet them face-to-face. There are things that you should you bring with you to the interview and things that you need to leave at home: ------------------------------------- What to Bring to an Interview -------------------------------------- * Portfolio or pad holder with a copy of your resume and a list of references on quality paper * Work Samples (if relevant) * Notepad, Pen * Breath mint (before you enter the building) * Women: extra pair of pantyhose (keep in your briefcase or car) --------------------------------------... What Not to Bring to an Interview --------------------------------------... * Cell phone * iPod * Gum * Cigarettes * Candy * Soda or coffee * Scuffed shoes, messy and/or not-so-clean clothes -------------------- While You Wait -------------------- The way you sit in the lobby, the way you greet the receptionist and the interviewer, and the way you wait, will all have an impact on whether you are going to be considered for the job. Be friendly and pleasant, but, not overbearing. If you need to wait, sit quietly (no phone calls) and patiently. Shake hands with the interviewer. Your handshake should be firm - not sticky or wimpy. To avoid sweaty palms, visit the rest room, wash your hands, then run them under cool water prior to the interview. Keep your palms open rather than clenched in a fist and keep a tissue you in your pocket to (surreptitiously) wipe them. --------------------------------------... Nonverbal Communication During the Interview --------------------------------------... * Make eye contact with the interviewer for a few seconds at a time. * Smile and nod (at appropriate times) when the interviewer is talking, but, don't overdo it. Don't laugh unless the interviewer does first. * Be polite and keep an even tone to your speech. Don't be too loud or too quiet. * Don't slouch. * Do relax and lean forward a little towards the interviewer so you appear interested and engaged. * Don't lean back. You will look too casual and relaxed. * Keep your feet on the floor and your back against the lower back of the chair. * Pay attention, be attentive and interested. * Listen. * Don't interrupt. * Stay calm. Even if you had a bad experience at a previous position or were fired, keep your emotions to yourself and do not show anger or frown. * Not sure what to do with your hands? Hold a pen and your notepad or rest an arm on the chair or on your lap, so you look comfortable. Don't let your arms fly around the room when you're making a point. Your verbal communication is important too. Remember your manners and and thank the interviewer for taking the time to meet with you. Don't use slang. Speak clearly and definitely. What's most important, is to remember that the image the interviewer has of you when he first meets you is the one that is going to last. If you're slouchy, sloppy or messy it won't matter how well you answer the interview questions. You are not going to get the job. When practicing for an interview, work on your nonverbal communications as well as your other interviewing skills. It could be what clinches the job offer for you.
Charley Originally Answered: How do I make a good first impression when turning in my job application? Or interview?
My mother always said the first impression you make on anyone is a lasting one. When I went to apply for a job @17, no experience either, still in school, she told me how to dress. I made sure my clothes were neat, pressed. light makeup, and my hair always looked good, even on weekends. I always take great pride in my hair. You can be dressed up with the nicest of clothes, but if your hair is messy, your future employer will remember that. Make sure they know you are working because you want to go to college. A lot of places have tuition reimbursement providing your grades are acceptable. If they know you have goals and are willing to work hard, you should have no problem getting the job you want. When you are interviewed, only cross your legs at the ankles, sit up straight and smile, not overly smile, but you get the drift. Speak articulately and very important, make eye contact. For myself, I didn't really trust anyone who would not make eye contact with me when I spoke to them. I was a supervisor in nursing and it really was a pet peeve of mine if no eye contact was made. Keeping these things in mind, you should do great. Let them know you want to learn and are ready to take on new challenges. I hope this helps a little.

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