There are two ways we “judge” somebody.
Right off the bat, nobody likes that word “judge.”
This usually has negative connotations.
Like we are looking down on somebody.
But suppose you were falsely accused of a crime.
A crime that held the death penalty.
And after a short and rushed trial, the judge “judged” you as innocent.
Setting you free.
Further the judge “judged” the accusers as guilty.
Would you be glad you were “judged” this way?
Most people would.
If you were interviewing a couple dozen people for job interview, you would NEED to judge them as quickly and as accurately as you could.
Judge, measure, “decide the worth of” are things we humans NEED to do every day.
Distance And Speed
If are in the middle of an intersection, and the light is about to turn red, you need to be very accurate in your judgement of timing and speeds.
Otherwise you might be trapped in a hunk of squished metal.
So, consider that how quickly and how accurately you can judge your environment can be life or death.
And how many people positively judge you, and in how many ways, will make for a better, happier, more fulfilling life.
If the hiring manager judges you “better” than all other candidates, you get the job.
If hottest guy or gal in the bar judges you “better” than all the others, you get to slide in between the sheets.
The others don’t.
Present Your Best Self
There are plenty of ways to improve how others see you.
So they are more likely to view you favorably.
Some small ways.
Like wearing the right cologne.
Or putting some interesting experiences on your resume.
Or showing up on time, wearing appropriate clothing.
Then there are some very, very BIG ways to improve how others “judge” you.
Ways that are subconscious.
The halo effect is a big one.
Pretty People Lucky?
It’s out of our control, mostly, but it is a big one.
Like it or not, pretty people have an easier time than the rest of us.
All else equal, the pretty person will be chosen.
Us ugly looking goofs won’t.
But there is a very POWERFUL way to improve another kind of “halo effect.”
One that will radiate much more deeply.
The halo effect is QUICK.
See a pretty person and BOOM.
But this other technique takes a bit of time to notice.
And while they are noticing this, while this subconscious energy so slowly sinking into their brain, it will be much, much more powerful than good looks.
Even better is this “energy” is much, much easier to build than most of your competition realize.
Mind Persuasion has plenty of books and courses to teach you how to speak hypnotically and persuasively.