We all know people who are “really nice, once you get to know me”. However, sometimes you need to make a good impression, and you need to do it fast: like when you’re on a date or you need to wow someone at a job interview. In Nicholas Boothman’s How to Make People Like You in 90 Seconds or Less, he explains how to make a great first impression, and fast. Read on to learn why eye contact is key, why your body language could make you seem untrustworthy, and what to say to connect with someone you’ve just met.
About the Author
An English author and speaker based in Toronto, Nicholas Boothman wrote How to Make People Like You in 90 Seconds or Less. He founded the Persuasion Technology Group. After 25 years in fashion and advertising photography, he became a licensed practitioner of neuro-linguistic programmer. His writing focuses on human potential, persuasive communication, and improving relationships. The New York Times called him “Dale Carnegie for a rushed era”.