They say you only have one chance to make a first impression. First impressions can have a lasting and powerful influence in shaping our perception of others. If you make a terrible first impression, it can leave a stain that will long after impact how you are perceived no matter what you do afterwards. Here is a look at the type of first impression others may often have of you based on your MBTI personality type.
ISFPs tend to come across as very chill and friendly individuals. Their vibe is quite pleasant and calm and many people appreciate this about them. On the other hand, ISFPs may give off the impression that they are more “other people” oriented than they really are. People may perceive the ISFP as someone in whom they can dump their emotional baggage on and have listen to them drone on about their lives. In reality, ISFPs have a stronger focus on “self” and may start to assert their ego more with people who seem to treat them like their personal therapist.
ISTP can come off as a bit mysterious and private but deeply thoughtful and interesting. They have a kind of detached demeanor that some people my find either alluring or boring. Upon meeting an ISTP, you likely get the sense that there is more to them than meets the eye. ISTPs have the capacity to surprise others when they put their skills on display. People will generally perceive them as a type of quiet maverick, strong silent type or a socially withdrawn genius with amazing talent.
ESTPs have a mischievous twinkle in their eye. People can tell from their energy that they are fun, restless and unpredictable. Most people will find the ESTP to be exciting, forceful and interesting but also intimidating. They have a strong presence and seem ready to go tit-for-tat with anyone who wants to. ESTPs can seem like provocateurs without an agenda but to have a good time and be their own person.
ESFPs come off as very charming, flirty and a bit impulsive They have an infectious energy and enthusiasm that makes them naturally popular with people. People often want to be friends with them and enjoy the attention, humor and companionship that ESFPs seem to offer. ESFPs come across as friendly free spirits but can also get perceived as trouble-makers and irresponsible woo-hoos who don’t take life and certain responsibilities seriously.
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