How our audiences make immediate judgements about who we are.

Beyond The Four Minute Rule for presenters and interviewees.

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There is a piece of oft quoted ‘common wisdom’ that suggests that ‘first impressions’ are formed within 30 secs and that lasting impressions are set within 4 minutes.

But what does that mean?

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Writing about personal development, the mind and future histories. New articles every Monday. Website : www.dralanjones.com

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