Judging people is less a conscious choice and more an instinct. No shame, we all do it. But when you're being judged, or you're the one doing the judging, the stain on your shirt isn't the deal maker or breaker. (Relax, no one even notices the tiny things you freak out over, anyway.) According to a Harvard psychologist, people judge you based on two criteria. Are you making your best impression?
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Written by Joanie Faletto December 6, 2017
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