We judge others instantly by their clothes, their cars, their appearance, their race, their education, their social status. The list is endless. What gets me is that most people decide who another person is before they have even spoken to them. What's even worse is that these same people decide who someone else is, and don't even know who they are themselves.
Some people will insult your intelligence by suddenly being nice or nicer to you once you make it … or they think you have.
What you do teaches faster, and has a lasting impression, far beyond what you say.
The kind of lies that someone tells us gives us an idea of how stupid, knowledgeable, intelligent, or ignorant they are … or they think we are.
First impressions are huge, especially with the coaching staff.
America is so large and so diverse that it is overwhelming, but my first impressions are favorable.
The impressions of the spriritual experiences gave my future life its form and content.
We're generally overconfident in our opinions and our impressions and judgments.