Better Smile, Better Dates

Here is an excerpt from an interesting article on body language, smile, and how it could be translated to better dates. You could apply same settings to sales presentation or any other encounter.

When you meet someone for the first time, it takes that person 3 to 7 seconds to make her judgement about you. I do it. You do it. We all do it… Unconsciously.

Basically, we decide how comfortable we are with that person. Remember, we are wired for self-preservation.

Smile Makeover

Body languages affects communication

In a nutshell…

- perception of a possible pain/danger from that person = not very comfortable
- perception of safety = comfortable.

Once that first assessment is made we adapt our feelings, posture, language, and tone. These first few seconds alone can make or break a relationship whether when influencing someone in a sales or presentation situation, or when flirting with a man or a woman…

And the most crucial body language signal to influence our first impression is the smile. This is also the most recognised signal in every country and every culture.

The Smile

Smiling indicates happiness… and a friendly attitude… Smiling indicates we want to communicate with someone. It shows interest. But there is much more to it…

Smiling is a learned phenomenon. Young babies don’t smile naturally. They mimic the expressions of those looking at them… But by the time we reach adulthood, it has become a signal critical to making a good first impression.

Smiling also has an actual impact on your physiology…

Source: Body Language Signals

I don’t feel comfortable smiling :(

The best advice for you would be to do a research on your own, and find out how much a smile makeover has changed people’s life. Our goal is always to bring you a beautiful smile. Interested to find out about procedures and how you could achieve the smile you always wanted? Have a consultation appointment and you will have a one on one time with Dr. Rostami to address all your questions and concerns on how your smile could be enhanced.

Tags: ,