Thursday, 28 November 2019
The whole area of advice about making a good first impression as they can't be changed (or at least it is very difficult to do so) is linked to a time when printing was quite a laborious and expensive enterprise.
Obviously, it was important for the printer to produce or "make" a good first impression that could be shown to the buyer so that they would order more copies based on the first print example.
Related to this is also the questions about one's first impression about an issue or suggestion. As with printing, first impressions are used to decide whether to go ahead of if changes are necessary.
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