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Making Impressions

Within the first ten seconds of meeting an interviewer, first impressions are formed. Those impressions can make or break the selling of your product. Careful planning of the head to toe details will ensure your presentation is polished and professional. You don't want any ONE thing to stand out and be remembered. You want the interviewer to think of you as "put-together" and professional. You also want to demonstrate organization and time management skills which translate into how you will behave on the job.


  • Hair
  • Make Up
  • Nails
  • Perfume / Aftershave / Cologne
  • Breath
  • Food
  • Drink


  • Clothes
  • Shoes
  • Jewelry
  • Purse / Briefcase

Body Language

  • The handshake
  • Non-Verbals
  • Manners
  • Posture
  • Nervous Habits

Saving Grace Behaviors:

  • Researching the company or department
  • Arriving 10 minutes early
  • Bringing a notebook and pen
  • Having a calendar and extra resumes
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