Build Memorable First Impressions With This Simple Tip
Passive decision-makers lose out
How do you want to show up?
“What are your top 3 next interactions? And how do you want to show up in each?”
Twice a week, one of my Stanford MBA instructor asked us these simple questions.
One day, I’d write:
Another day, a reminder to be my best self during mundane tasks:
From unconscious to conscious decision-making
We make decisions about how we show up all the time: What we wear, what mindset we bring, our hairstyle, and our energy level.
They’re all choices.
When we’re passive decision-makers, we lose out:
We bring our uncertain selves to a situation which demands confident leadership
We let our tiredness shine through in a job interview, seeming apathetic about the role
We learn less, because growth happens through intention and practice
For your next interaction, whether high stakes or not, ask yourself:
🤷 How do you want to show up?
🤩 How do you want the other person to remember you?
❤️ What do you want the other person to feel?
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