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  • It takes time to really get to know someone.

    瞭解一個人要花時間。

  • But first impressions often determine whether someone is willing to spend more time learning about you.

    但第一印象決定了別人是否願意花更多時間認識你。

  • In fact people's first impressions are made within seven seconds of meeting someone new.

    其實第一印象在見到的七秒內就會建立好。

  • The details that someone takes in about you all factored into how they perceive you to be.

    你被觀察到的細節都決定別人如何看待你。

  • Whether you ace that job interview or score a second date, all depends on how you project yourself.

    無論是贏得工作面試或得到第二次約會機會都取決於你怎麼呈現自己。

  • Here are some tips on how to make a good impression.

    以下是製造良好第一印象的秘訣。

  • One, be enthusiastic.

    首先,表現熱情。

  • Show interest in the person you meet.

    向對方展現興趣。

  • Don't hold back or be afraid to show that you're excited about something.

    不要退縮或不敢表現你對某件事感興趣。

  • In fact people often see passion as a charming sign of strength and inspiration.

    其實熱情是力量和靈感的迷人象徵。

  • Showing your enthusiasm by smiling or incorporating friendly humor will make you seem approachable and easy going.

    藉由微笑或在話語中結合幽默來展現熱情,會讓人感覺你平易近人且好相處。

  • Two, show respect.

    第二,表現尊重。

  • People want to feel respected before they reciprocated.

    人要先感受到尊重才會回應。

  • Be polite and show manners with please and thank you.

    有禮貌並且常說「請」和「謝謝」。

  • And don't just focus your manners towards the person you meet.

    不要只是對你認識的人有禮貌。

  • Make sure to treat everyone around you well, too, as it shows a lot about who you are.

    記得對待周遭所有人都要有風度,因為這說明了你的為人。

  • For example, if you're out for dinner, be sure to treat your waiters well not only your date.

    舉例來說,如果你在外用餐,除了對約會對象有禮,對待服務生也要客氣。

  • Three, be open to new ideas.

    第三,對新想法保持開放。

  • Openness is an inviting trait.

    開放使你有魅力。

  • So give new experiences a shot.

    去嘗試新的體驗。

  • You don't have to lie and be enthusiastic about it if you didn't enjoy it.

    你不需要騙人或是對沒興趣的事假裝熱情。

  • But let people know that you're willing to try something new with them.

    但你要讓人知道你願意和他們一起嘗試新事物。

  • This will also encourage them to be open to your suggestions as well.

    這也會讓別人更容易接受你的建議。

  • Engaging in new activity together is a great conversation starter and can create a sense of closeness.

    一起參與新活動可以開啟聊天也能拉近彼此距離。

  • Four, be positive.

    第四,態度正向。

  • Although life can be challenging, if you're able to make every moment count and find the good even within the bad, people will be drawn to your resilience.

    雖然人生有時候很難,如果你可以讓每刻都有意義並且壞中找好,別人會被你的適應能力給吸引。

  • You shouldn't be a blind optimist.

    你不能盲目樂觀。

  • But having a positive outlook despite any hardships makes you seem dependable.

    但遭遇苦難還能表現積極會讓你看起來可靠。

  • Five, realize it's not all about you.

    第五,知道世界不是繞著你轉。

  • It's great to show off your strengths when meeting someone new.

    認識別人的時候展現優點很好。

  • But people also like to see a degree of humility.

    但大家也喜歡謙虛的人。

  • Because it shows that you understand there's always room for improvement.

    因為謙虛代表你知道自己永遠有進步空間。

  • There's a difference between confidence and self-centeredness.

    自信跟自我中心是有差別的。

  • To avoid seeming conceited, focus on larger concerns in the world.

    為了避免看起來自負,要注意世界上發生的其他事。

  • And be sure you're letting the other person participate equally in the conversation.

    記得讓對方參與對話而不是只有你在講。

  • Six, try to avoid the bad days.

    第六,避開壞日子。

  • Timing plays an important role.

    時機很重要。

  • And while there's only so much we can control, if something unfortunate happens that deeply affects you, you're not obliged to follow through with a scheduled meeting on the same day.

    我們不能控制所有事情,如果有不幸的事發生了而且影響心情,你可以不用照原先的時間赴約。

  • Instead you can bring up the issue and set up another time.

    你可以告訴對方理由並改約其他天。

  • Let them know your time with them is valuable to you.

    讓他們知道你很珍視跟他們相處的時間。

  • So you don't want to let unfavorable aspects of your life to affect them or make them uncomfortable.

    因此不想讓你生活的不順遂去影響他們或讓他們感到不舒服。

  • It'll show wise judgment on your part and demonstrate your ability to communicate effectively.

    這會顯示你判斷明智也展現溝通技巧。

  • Seven, pay attention to your body language.

    第七,注意你的肢體語言。

  • Body language has four times the influence on first impressions than the words that come out of your mouth.

    肢體語言比起說話對於第一印象高了四倍的影響。

  • It's important to be aware of the way you present yourself.

    知道如何呈現自己很重要。

  • Make sure your posture is good.

    要有良好姿勢。

  • Make strong eye contact.

    強而有力的眼神接觸。

  • And lean forward to express interest.

    身體前傾表示興趣。

  • It's not the end of the world if you don't make a good first impression even if you meet with someone important.

    沒有製造良好第一印象也不是世界末日,即便是跟重要的人見面。

  • But don't feel like you have to be someone else.

    別覺得你需要成為別人。

  • There will always be more opportunities to connect with other people.

    一定還有很多機會可以認識其他人。

  • What do you do that helps you make a good impression?

    你都做什麼來製造好印象呢?

  • Have you noticed anything other people do that leaves a good or bad impression on you?

    你有注意過別人曾做了什麼造成你對他的印象好或壞嗎?

  • Feel free to share in the comments below.

    歡迎在留言分享。

  • If you enjoyed this video, be sure to check out our website as well as our other social media.

    如果你喜歡這部影片,記得造訪我們的網站以及其他社群帳號。

  • And don't forget to subscribe.

    別忘了訂閱。

  • Thanks for watching.

    謝謝收看。

It takes time to really get to know someone.

瞭解一個人要花時間。

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    Carol Chen 發佈於 2018 年 06 月 07 日
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