Chapter Two - What Happens in a SNAP? Understand the Four First-Impression Factors: Credibility, Likability, Attractiveness, and Power
In Chapter Two we explore exactly how these lightning-quick first impression are formed — and the four most important factors that form them.
Credibility - What makes us feel safe with someone and trust them and understand and read the nonverbal cues? Including reading the cues that someone is being deceptive and lying or when someone is telling the truth. How to read the nonverbal stress cues of Flight, Fight, Fall or Faint. Learn the Seven Ways to Lose Credibility.
Likeability - What makes someone likeable, warm, friendly and easy to be around? Discover the seven nonverbal tools to make you more likeable.
Attractiveness - How the balance and symmetry of the body and face form attractiveness and the surprising ways that attractiveness affects our first impressions.
Power - What makes us feel that someone has power and confidence when we first meet? How to look and feel powerful and confident in a First Impression (12 nonverbal ways to look confident.)