We only have three seconds to make a good first impression says expert

According to experts, we only have three seconds to make a first impression from the moment you enter the room.

While making a first impression may be second nature to some, image consultants and branding experts often need to step in and assist those who need a push in the right direction.

702's Azania Mosaka spoke to image consultant, Tanya Sachs, about how to ensure the first 3 seconds work in your favour.

Listen to the interview below:

If the body language is saying something different then the message falls flat because there's no congruency.

Tanya Sachs, image consultant
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